Gwen Hinkle

Blog with inspirational words and encouragement,

Short Stories, and Book Recommendations.

 

 

Welcome!

LIFE! Now there’s a four-letter word for you.

My existence on this earth has been one big wild ride with several twists and turns while hanging on for dear life.  I’d like to think that my journey has been this way since the day I was born.  Who knows, but I’ll admit that life has thrown me some big whoppers, and I can’t help wondering if God forgot what my allotted number was for life circumstances and decided to throw a few extra ones my way.

Despite all my ups and downs, God is faithful, and I have learned a lot over the years about myself.

I have this amazing opportunity to share portions of my crazy life and hope that it offers encouragement and inspiration to whoever reads it. 

Remember, your life is special and the journey you’re on is full of adventures.  How you travel this trek will determine how much you learn and grow making your life worthy to experience.

“Life is a journey with problems to solve and lessons to learn but most of all, experiences to enjoy.”

Join me as I post stories about my life experiences and things that matter to me. At times I will throw in a short story just because I like to write and want to share them with you.
My blog can be thought provoking at times, but most of all, I hope it will bring a smile to your face and give you encouragement for whatever you may be experiencing.

Latest from the blog…

My blog can be thought provoking at times but most of all, I hope it will bring a smile to your face and give you encouragement for whatever you may be experiencing.

Being Sick Isn’t What I Asked For

Being Sick Isn’t What I Asked For

I’ve always thought that being sick was for dogs.  But then again, I don’t think our four-legged friends would want to be sick either. It’s infuriating not feeling good especially when my illness warrants a visit to my GP only to be told, “It’s a virus, you will have...

Dry Bones Rattling

Dry Bones Rattling

After his morning prayers, Ezekiel felt compelled to take a walk.  The warm South breeze ruffled the hem of his tunic as he hiked along the dirt path leading away from his home.  Israel’s demise was laying heavy on his heart, the great nation was now scattered amongst...

Point of Reference

Point of Reference

One day I was eyeing my altimeter that I have hanging on the mirror for safe keeping.  As I looked at it more closely a thought came to me.  How does one keep themselves grounded in life?  It seems that there would need to be something separate from ourselves,...

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