Lately I have been struggling with how to get my blog out there. I feel like no one is listening, like maybe what I have to say is not that important and that I maybe am not as special as I thought. Maybe I am just a normal girl trying to do something impossible by starting this blog and thinking that people will want to read something so simple, so real.
I was in the shower when the lyrics to a song called “Tiny Voice” came into my mind. I realized that I am special and I do have something worth sharing.
Are you listening Or are you looking away I’ve been waiting For a chance to say
My unsaid opinion That’s never made a sound But if you’ll let me let it out
This tiny voice, it may not be perfect But I know that it’s got some good things to say A tiny voice, humble and quiet Don’t turn away from a tiny voice
Within the static It’s drowning in the loud It’s so easy To tune it out
The more you overlook it And miss it day by day It’s slowly disappearing Don’t let it fade away
This tiny voice, it may not be perfect But I know that it’s got some good things to say This tiny voice, humble and quiet Don’t turn away from a tiny voice
I know I’m not done now I’m letting it stand out A bit at a time This tiny voice And who would’ve figured That I could grow bigger Louder and stronger until you can hear
This tiny voice It’s got some good things to say This tiny voice, humble and quiet Don’t turn away Don’t turn away from a tiny voice Hear my voice
I just want to thank Lexi Walker for writing this song. I have always loved this song but now this song means even more to me.
Hey all! Guess what month it is! That’s right it’s December.
The Holiday Season is my favorite time of year! I love how there is so much joy during this time of year. I also enjoy listening to Christmas music and wrapping gifts for my friends and family. My favorite part of December is #lighttheworld.
#lighttheworld is where you do something for someone else every week leading up to Christmas. I want you all to join me with #lighttheworld. Today is the start of the first week. The challenge is to help someone in another part of the world. Comment below on how it goes!
13 years ago I was adopted from a baby home in Tanzania, Africa. A man and his wife ran this baby home. At the time they were caring for babies from age 0 to 2. I lived with them for around 6 months. I called them mom and dad. Since being adopted I haven’t been able to go back.
Today I found out that the man that ran this home passed away. I just want to thank him and is wife for what they did for me. Without them I can’t imagine where I would be at this moment. Although I can’t be with them during this time of grief my heart and prayers go out to the Church family.
The Cradle of Love Baby Home is always in need of financial and supply donations as well as volunteers. If you’re reading this and have the ability to help please click on the link below.