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Reblog: Feeling Guilty For Grieving

Published May 22, 2018 by lynn k scott

Considering I started my blog for a way of dealing with the loss of my sister…definitely thought this was worth a share!

Did you know that the majority of people who have lost a loved one are made to feel guilty about their grief?

Did you know that someone grieving often isolates themselves, disconnects from people, because they feel misunderstood?

Unfortunately, a loved one left behind will often suffer in silence because they have been told:

It’s time to move on.

Aren’t you over this yet?

You need to stop dwelling on this.

It’s been long enough, it’s time to let go.

Aren’t you ready to get on with your life yet?

Or, some of my favorites:

He’s in a better place.

Time heals all wounds.

God needed another angel.

Everything happens for a reason.

Although, some of these things are said with the best of intentions, let me make this clear, they just aren’t helpful! At all!

We didn’t lose something that can be replaced. We lost a person. For…

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Reblog: Meet and Greet: 5/18/18 — Dream Big, Dream Often

Published May 18, 2018 by lynn k scott

It’s time for the Meet and Greet weekend everyone!! Strap on your party shoes and join the fun! Ok so here are the rules: Leave a link to your page or post in the comments of this post. Reblog this post. It helps you, it helps me, it helps everyone! Edit your reblog […]

via Meet and Greet: 5/18/18 — Dream Big, Dream Often

Reblog: From Dream Big, Dream Often

Published May 4, 2018 by lynn k scott

via Leave Me A Link and I’ll Share Your Page!!

Leave Me A Link and I’ll Share Your Page!!

As most of my followers know I am big into helping other bloggers gain more exposure. My goal has been to grow a community of like-minded people and I am part way to my goal.  I am bringing back the open call to leave a link and I’ll share it for you!!

The basic rules are simple: leave me a link to your page.  I’m not sure it gets much simpler.  You can leave as many links as you want and I’ll cycle this post from day-to-day so more people can jump on board.  The link post I’ll create will publish on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays.

#AtoZChallenge: ‘R’ is for Religion

Published April 20, 2018 by lynn k scott

This was fun to read!

Dorky Mom Doodles

When I was a kid and teen, my grandmother used to call me a “heathen.” Whenever I was sassy, made crude jokes, or did something silly, I was “acting like a heathen.” I’ve taken to calling my kids heathens, too, although it’s usually more of a term of affection. Usually.

Even though I lovingly call them heathens, they are definitely straight up heathenly at times. Some of the funny questions they’ve asked or comments they’ve made regarding religion has qualified them for that. (And some of the comments that inspired the doodles that follow are completely innocent, but I’m sticking with calling them “heathens” nonetheless.)

Recently Baby Girl asked some questions about God. “Who is he? What does he do? What are his powers?” I answered these questions to the best of my ability and this was how she responded to that:

When she’s not busy comparing the big guy to…

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Like Children

Published April 20, 2018 by lynn k scott

Reblogged from SkippingStones.blog.

Skipping Stones

“At that time the disciples came to Jesus, saying, “Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?” And calling to him a child, he put him in the midst of them and said, “Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew‬ ‭18:1-3‬ ‭ESV‬‬).

What is it about children that provides a model for us to emulate to make salvation attainable? What is the common denominator, found in all children regardless of their social, economic, or family status, that is so profound that it provides us with a roadmap to a successful Christian life?

The answer to that question doesn’t require the space of a book to explain it. It doesn’t even need the space of a blog, paragraph, sentence, or phrase. It can be identified with one word. Trust.

Trust is very similar to faith

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