Sunday, July 24, 2011


I have felt so blah the last 3 weeks, I realize it coincides with gaining a new account for my business. I need the new account and am so blessed to have it. I lost an account I had since 1999 because I would not do something for them which pertained to labor laws and potential law suits. It was a matter for which they needed to be responsible, not a 3rd party.

My new account requires me to be out of the office in the field 1-2 hours a day. So as I am hoofing it across parking lots and up and down the stairs entering and exiting the Fort Bend County Justice Center - I am HOT! (And I don't mean my looks, though I probably look as if I am wilting in the heat.)

It dawned on me I can used this time to praise and pray. I noticed I was tired Friday at 5:30pm, but didn't feel so blah. So here's to Monday when I walking to and from my car, no phone ringing, no e-mail, I will pray and praise.

I've prayed for an increase in business. Glory to God the Father in the Name of Jesus Christ, I've gotten new business and a promising lead on a new contract in conjunction with a long time client.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011


After I heard the Casey Anthony verdict I was stunned to the point I could feel despair knocking at my door. I know the jury didn't see everything we saw on TV, but they did see quite a bit of evidence. I really thought at the very least, she would be found guilty of Manslaughter.

Now the Anthony family is left to pick up the pieces of their lives and try to live life again as a family. Much healing needs to occur. No matter what I think, the Ancient of Days knows the truth. He is just and He will judge the guilty party or parties in the end.

I ask you to pray for the Anthony family to heal emotionally and spiritually and know there is hope in Christ Jesus. I pray their faith deepens and they can find refuge in God and with their brothers and sisters in Christ. I pray the media leaves them alone.

I hope Casey is whole in Christ Jesus and spends the rest of her days serving Him. I pray she will speak the truth from now on and leave lies behind her.

I pray there is forgiveness between all of them.

I am thankful there will be justice for Caylee.

May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and by his grace gave us eternal encouragement and good hope, encourage your hearts and strengthen you in every good deed and word.