Being together with my husband, waking up next to him, and spending the day together is something I cherish each day. My husband and I met at work and we continued to work together when we were newlyweds. I remember I would take my breaks to be with him and some of our coworkers didn't understand how we could be married and still take our breaks together. They would say, "You're together all the time." I would tell them, "I married him because I enjoy spending time with him."
The deeper we go into this COVID season, the higher our emotions run. Each week brings new challenges as some face health issues, unemployment, or even a loss of hope. Research shows that: “Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health concern in the United States. Over 40 million adults in the U.S. (19.1%) have an anxiety disorder." (National Alliance on Mental Illness. Anxiety Disorders. 2017) “An estimated 17.3 million adults in the United States had at least one maj
It's a beautiful spring day in San Diego. The sun is out and the air is beginning to warm. Our home is filled with Easter decorations, as we anticipate the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter morning. For once upon a time ago, a King was born in a humble way. He left His crown in Heaven, to be born in a lowly manger. He experienced times of happiness and times of pain; pain to the point of death on the cross for you and me. And, it is because of His self