December 30, 2016

Who am I when I'm an infertile girl, in a fertile world?

When my husband Zeke and I decided to start a family 2 years ago, we had no idea we would become the 1 in 8 couples who struggle with infertility. We have always talked about having a family someday. We talked about the kind of parents we would be, and how we would want to raise them. What we didn’t talk about was the possibility of not being able to have kids, until we w...

December 23, 2016

Who am I when everything is a precursor to the life I am destined for?

A season as we know it is nothing but a period of time where things tend to go one way or another. It’s for good or bad or indifferent. In my 34 years of living I have come to understand that our life is broken into several seasons. And these seasons are what shapes us, the very core of our being is best displayed by what we have experienced in life, and und...

December 16, 2016

Who am I When Everything In Me Leaps?

I am a huge fan of humility, bonding, grace, purpose and Christmas! So, I thought with all that has been going on in my world this past year (enormous pain & love from women I call sisters) it would only be right for me to reflect on the story of Mary and Elizabeth. Luke 1: 39-45 captures a moment in time where two women both blessed to birth amazing gifts to the world greet and make a deci...

December 9, 2016

Who Am I When I’m Thirsty?!?!

One definition for the word thirsty is having an uncomfortable feeling because you need something to drink. It is a known fact that water makes up at least two-thirds of the human body. Water plays an enormous part in the function of our joints, eyes, skin, and digestion. Once the water in our body is depleted it needs to be replaced, in order for us to perform at optimum levels. When our body has...

December 2, 2016

Who am I when everything is YES?

As a child, the word "NO" was frowned upon. It meant that I didn't care. I didn't want to share. For example: Someone in my family would ask me for something of mine. I would say NO, they would get mad and they would express how they felt about me saying no. Even though I was visually upset, I would eventually say YES because I felt like I HURT them. It became a thing that if anyone asks of me f...

November 25, 2016

Who Am I When Everything is Chaotic?

Currently, I am undergoing a massive transition in the break-up of my marriage. It’s the hardest decision I have ever had to make. Sometimes chaos is the door to a deeper relationship with God. The good thing about storms is when it comes it may wreak havoc but there’s always an end and you can always rebuild, and you really appreciate what you have after the storm. My chaotic  situation has...

November 18, 2016

Who Am I When Everything is Muted?

When I was  very young I fell out of a two story window. My leg was broken and I had a head injury. The results of these injuries were physical rehab and hearing and speech therapy. I barely spoke as a child because I was afraid others would make fun of my speech which meant most of my time was spent alone. My mother would consistently encourage me to speak up and read aloud whenever she could...

November 11, 2016

Who Am I When I Had Nobody To Love But Myself?

The night before my 15th birthday my mother passed away from a heart attack. That night I unknowingly transformed from being a little sister and a daughter into a little sister, a daughter, a wife and a mother. You see, my family was the typical husband and wife with three kids, two boys and a baby girl. I spent the first 15 years of my life being spoiled, protected and cared for,...

November 4, 2016

Who am I  when everything is just a part of ONE BIG PROCESS…

I read my Word today! I received such a deep revelation! I’ve finally found total joy and happiness in Jesus! I no longer use anyone or anything to take His place or fill the voids in my life. I’ve paid my tithes, paid my bills on time, saved some money, and even to spend a little too! I took a nice walk and the weather was perfect! I spoke to my great grandmothe...

October 28, 2016

Who Am I When Everything is Numb?

They say that it is good to be able to feel pain because it warns you that something is wrong. If the stove is hot and you accidentally put your hand or arm to it, you would want to be able to feel it or else you would be burned and not even know it. I have been through so much pain in my life it had gotten to the point where I was numb to it. The only type of pain that I was truly aware of was...

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