Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Who is your mentor?



If someone were to ask you this question "Who is your mentor"?  Would it easily run off of your tongue?  For me it took a while to really figure out who my mentor was.  Now this may sound silly to you, but I honestly love the character of Charles Ingles in "Little House on the Prairie"  He was a kind man with Godly character and he always did the right thing even if it meant standing up to something evil.  He loved his family and laughed alot with them.  Now, I know he is a man and this is in a show that used to come on regular T.V. when I was a kid but it still sticks with me today what I learned through his character.  I really value that he stood for truth, doing the right thing, and not giving in.  You know in today's world as the it becomes darker if you are a woman of God your light should shine brighter and brighter.  Who is your mentor? and is your light shining for Jesus a little brighter as this world becomes darker.  Would love to hear your thoughts!  Until next time smiley's to you!


  1. I've popped in because I thought it was time to meet some new blog folks. I've not venture out beyond my blog log in quite a while. I love blogging and meeting new folks, folks with similar interest so thought I'd venture out. I've never thought about whether or not I had a mentor. Beyond my folks and teachers...people I looked up to, back in the day. I loved the series though, Little House. Right you are, he was an awesome roll model. Prior to the series I remember a teacher way back in the dark ages reading the books aloud. My 4th grade teacher. I didn't remember the name of the books or the characters. Then when the tv show aired, I kept wondering why I knew what was going to happen next. It took awhile to connect the dots.

    Hope you'll swing by for a visit, the welcome mats always out.

    1. Hi Sandy, so nice of you to visit me on my blog. Wow I see you have been blogging for a while. I am still finding my way around. Looking forward to learning more and makeing new friends. See you soon! Belinda

  2. Thank you for writing this post. It motivated me to write my mentor at work. He is no longer my boss but still works in the comapany and has had a loss in the family and although I sent a card, this post motivated me to communicate my appreciation for his mentorship and that we were here for him. Thanks!