This is Lili. She’s a Female Chihuahua. lillie
She is a beautiful little baby. 

When I first saw her she was so scared as most dogs are when they don’t know who you are. She was so cute, with her little face and BIG ears! I think they call her breed (apple head) Chihuahua. She was given to me while we were living in ArizonaFor the last 3 years she has traveled with us. She loves to ride in cars which I’m so happy about. She very obedient. Stays right by my side although she has took off to the car a couple of times cause she thought that she was going for a ride…. She is about 4 in this pic/2013

Lilli’s Illness,
Couple of weeks after arriving here to Texas she became ill. We couldn’t figure out why she wasn’t blinking. We started taking her to the…

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Thoughts from the Life Of A Preachers Daughter!








If you knew,
you had a short time to live what would be the top ten choices you would make?

1. Would you – love again?
2. Would you – tell someone you love them?
3. Would you – hug the one closest to you?
4. Would you – finally give back?
5. Would you – give to some charity?
6. Would you – tell some stranger on the street that God loves them?
7. Would you – go to your neighbor and ask for forgiveness if you have wronged them?
8. Would you – finally go to church and ask God to forgive you for all your sins?
9. Would you – finally except that Jesus is Lord and ask him in your heart?
10. Would you – finally count your many blessings?

These are some of the things that I would do!  How about you?

How about this! *Maybe you’ll change your financial situation*

I want to express
that there IS a right choice and I found it right here with this 3 Step simple system.
It was the right choice for me and it can be right for you too.
Give it a try and Remember, You have only two right choices to make.

#1. God  
#2. My 3 Step Simple System   

So DO IT with love and pride!

These things are meant to be thought about and shared.

These are only my thoughts in the Life Of A Preachers Daughter!


Lace Tomus

Life Of A Preachers Daughter Blog # 7

My Ideal Ride,Image
There is one car in particular that I have always wanted since they came out with them. I am talking about the 350Z.
Now this is a woman’s car. Fast, stylish and unique for sure. I don’t think there is another car out there that holds it’s own.


The compact car,
brings me to the story of the little car we had when I was a little girl. Growing up with10 people in the house, was quite a  chore to handle for my parents.
This little Imagecompact car was a 2 door Rambler. Do you remember it? I do!

Can you imagine,
how small that was for 8 kids and 2 adults to fit into? Back then, great on gas, economical to get around in and Yeah, It might have been all those things but having to ride in that car was dreadful. I hated to get into that little car but knew we had to as every Tuesday night, and every Sunday morning when the church doors were open we were there.
Us kids would get packed into that little car, seven kids in the back, and three people in the front. I’m saying we were packed into this car like sardines.

Whats funny now which wasn’t back then,
I remember the back of the drivers seat being broke. Each one of us had our turn at holding the drivers seat up with our knees as dad drove us to church. Everyone knew we were coming, with the sound of the car and the loud singing. Some stood in the parking lot as they watched us get out of that little 2 door Rambler. They were amazed how we all got to fit in there. The happiest time is when we got out of that car. There was room to move and breath again.
Did I mention, I hated that car? I did for sure.

I think,
my parents were happy and thankful they had something to drive as we were a very poor family.
I look at it as we were blessed to have it.

This is, just a small memory in the Life Of A Preachers Daughter.

Read more HERE to find out what I am up to lately!
Lace Tomus

Life Of A Preachers Daughter Blog #6

It only takes a moment,Image
In time to remember my life as a child. Although I don’t remember a lot of it, but I do remember one particular part that changed me forever.

You say what is it?
Well let me tell you, I was about 5 years old when I began to sing in church. Mom says I began singing around the age of 3. We arrived at church one Sunday morning and I remember my mother saying to someone, my baby girl can sing and she sings beautifully. God has given her the voice and now I remember why we named her Melody. Don’t get me wrong, I like the name Melody though when I got older I decide to change it to Lace as I didn’t want to know the name Melody. I know it might sound like I am not appreciative for the name they gave me but it brings me back to the time when I asked why and how did you come up with the name.

Their answer to me was,,,,,,

I dreamed,
I was walking through the grave yard and I heard someone crying out saying Melody,,,,,, Melody,,,,,,, and I’m like seriously? You got to be kidding me and they’re like NOPE! that why we decided that that was what we were to call you. WOW I said!

Do you,
Have a story like mine? Maybe you have a story you want to share!  Do you know why your parents call you by the name you have today. Maybe you’ve changed your name as well! Sharing is great because you can relate to other people. It is great to meet new fans and friends that care about what you have to say and share.

Thanks again,
For taking the time to read my Life Of A Preachers daughter blog.
You are awesome and God bless your day!

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Lace Tomus


Life Of a Preachers Daughter Blog

Life in the fast lane,

ImageIsn’t what I thought it would be. Being a Preachers Daughter was a very hard life for me as I always had to live up to the standards of being the Preachers Daughter. Church, church, church was drilled into my head everyday of my life and at times I wondered what it would be like outside of the christian faith so in my teens I would try ways to get away from the things that Christianity had offered me. I was so tired of it all. At 22 I married a man outside of the religious realm and continued down the path that lead to no where. A place in my life where sometimes it seemed as tho’ there was no way out. Thinking back on all of it now seems like a blur, like somewhere in a time capsule hovering up in space somewhere, hoping it would make me rise up and conquer the enemy or maybe it would get me a x 3 strike out (which in fact that’s what it was) 3 strikes and I was out for the count.

The Fact Is,
If it wasn’t for music, I know that I would have been some where in this world that I didn’t want to be. Maybe in the gutter somewhere, maybe on some lonely street. Now that I’m older and look back on my life, I know I would have changed somethings in my life whether it was good or bad, but the trials in my life (which I had many) and still do, make me who and what I am right now.

My hope,
Is that my blog for today brings you to the realization to that you don’t have to go to church to know that Christ loves you whether you go to church or not. If you have Christ in your life and know that he lives inside you, you are his no matter how far you stray away from him.

Blessing for you today,

There is no greater love than his love.

These thoughts,
Are my own true thoughts in the Life Of A Preachers Daughter as your life is different then mine was and is.

Thanks again for reading my Life Of A Preachers Daughter blog for today!

Lace Tomus