Sunday Thoughts: Resolutions, sort of…

I usually do not make resolutions. I can never stick them out all year. I read once that it takes doing a thing for 30 days to make a habit. So this year I am going to try that, 30 days to make a habit. Then do it again the next month and the next. … Continue reading Sunday Thoughts: Resolutions, sort of…

Merry Christmas from the O’Gara Clan

For a child has been born for us, a son given to us; authority rests upon his shoulders; and he is named Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Merry Christmas! From our house to yours. The O'Gara Clan Click the picture above to get yours now!

Sunday Thoughts: Where is God?

I have to wonder why people don't believe in God. I can't imagine not believing in God. How can a person look at this world and think nope, no God? It all just appeared from some big bang. (Not to be confused with the Big Bang Theory TV show that I love. Bazinga) To me … Continue reading Sunday Thoughts: Where is God?

Sunday Thoughts: Look for Forever

One of the strongest words in the English language is forever. Merriam Webster defines forever as a limitless time (as in He wants to live forever) or at all times, continually. Forever is one of those words that stands in front of you defiantly and dares you to prove it wrong. It is bossy and intrusive. The … Continue reading Sunday Thoughts: Look for Forever

Christmas is Not About Stuff

Thinking about the Christmas wrapping, shopping, and decorating, it hit me. All the stuff that I call traditions and all the seasonal necessities that I think we need are so not necessary. Christmas is about the family that I shop, decorate, wrap, and do the traditions for to try to please.  Will my family love … Continue reading Christmas is Not About Stuff

A Poem: He Walked Away

We meet eye to eye Face to face No words do we speak You reach for me Touching softly I relax in your arms My lips find yours Kissing you pleases me Freeing me from my inner torment You stroke my hair Deep within my soul, I hunger for more I cry as you release … Continue reading A Poem: He Walked Away

Kirk Was Wrong

Captain James Tiberius Kirk was wrong. Space is not the final frontier. Time is the final frontier to explore. It is impossible to explore time without investigating space, but that is not what I am talking about here. Let's look at time as a measurement of our existence.  We humans view time from our meager tiny … Continue reading Kirk Was Wrong

Sunday Thoughts: Choose Your Battles

Choose your battles. Sometimes peace is more important than being right. I have tried to be as transparent as I can. What you see here on this site and on my Facbook page is my digital fingerprint. I am who I am. I am not much of a mystery. What you see is what you … Continue reading Sunday Thoughts: Choose Your Battles

Is this Weird? : Facebook

I was looking at Facebook (the greatest time suck ever invented) I was scrolling through the ribbon of people in the "People you may know" section when I realized I do not know about 95% of the smiling faces. I was saying, "I don't know you, I don't know you, I don't know you, cute hair, oh … Continue reading Is this Weird? : Facebook

Sunday Thoughts: Struggling

I find myself questioning why things are not going the way I think they should or the way that seems like the best way. I need God to move in my life in a way that is specific, so I pray. I have been here before with God and I know that He always comes … Continue reading Sunday Thoughts: Struggling