You must feed your faith, not your fear. Continue reading Exposed on the Expo Line
Suddenly, I looked down the street and saw the bus I was waiting on, turn the opposite direction. WHAT!!!?? Continue reading Passing Me By
With all their differences, there were two very clear elements they shared. There were all human and… Continue reading Looking In at the Bus Stop
Once I realized the problem was me, I knew it was going to take God’s hand… Continue reading Surprises on the Metro
It’s been a little over two months since the car repossession. I have told a few more people out of necessity. I am an official public transportation commuter. I was going to try shared riding but just can’t get past the idea of it basically being a ‘hitchhiking app.’ I have structured my days around the bus schedule. My body’s time clock has changed. The … Continue reading My New Year
My acting career got off to a great start this year. I booked a play in February! Performing in the Tony award winning play, Clybourne Park, was an honor and a treat. I worked with a seasoned cast and wonderful crew. Most importantly I gained experience that I will apply in future roles. And thank you to Shari Barrett at Broadway World for the great … Continue reading My Trip to ‘Clybourne Park’
This could have been another sad moment in the saga of this repossession. A friend emphatically said, “No!” Continue reading A Repo, A Friend and The Beach
“You’ve got a lot of explaining to do,” I said.
“Yes, I do,” God replied. “But not about this.” Continue reading A Week After the Repo.
I walked through the empty parking space. I began to question everything I thought I heard from God. Continue reading Monday After the Repossession
How do you reconcile the realities of your life with the truth of God’s word? Continue reading My Car Was Repossessed…