My Beautiful W.P Friends

Hello Dancing in Daisy Fields friends, my blog is under construction. She still works fine though there are some new additions to the side bar as well as to the top menu, I added the Bonfire & S’mores page, which is not up and running yet but will be soon. It’s a page dedicated to all of you. So if you have any suggestion on what this page should be please let me know. I was hoping to make it a hangout space for all of us to drop in and say hello. Share some words of wisdom or love. Or a moment of humor, I love to laugh. It’s good for you. please leave a comment. Thank you, God bless you.

All My Love, Nysa

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Who I am | Why I’m Here

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”

Maya Angelou

I am a young Christian woman learning to trust Christ while going through the trials and tribulations that life brings. Learning to rise above circumstances and negativity; finding ways to release the tension of life, being as creative as I am. Finding inspiration and describing the world the way I go through it.
The joys of motherhood accompanied by the woes of it. The blood sweat and tears it takes to have a great marriage. Those moments your knees give out and your heart sinks because the pressure becomes too much to bear; the real-life of real people who don’t have it all figured out or pretend to- uncensored and honest.
Every thought rattling in my mind refusing me sleep, every lesson taught to me by the Lord Jesus. Every piece of every part of who I am free without restraints or self-doubts.


A Time of Stillness 🌼

My beautiful and amazing readers, though it isn’t many of you, believe me when I say I cherish you all so much and having you in my life has definitely shed some light on the call that God has for my life. The importance of the task at hand.

For the past couple of months God has been speaking to me every day about walking with Him, being with Him, going into a deeper level of experience with Him and out of human tendencies thinking I got it all figured out and being impatient, I went the opposite way, I jumped before it was my time. but God whispered deep in my soul about my wrong and finally after realizing that it was Him tugging on my heart now I am listning.

I won’t be posting for a little while because there are somethings that God has to do in me so that when it’s time for me to be sent out, I can do what He wants me to do and Say what He wants me to say with courage and confidence.

A moment to be still in God. Surrendering to Him and His process.

I will be praying for each and every one of you. I love you all. See you soon. I pray you’re here when I return.

All my Love,  Nysa 🌼

Wild Thoughts

Socially Deprived (A Rant of Sorts)

Are you a social angel, a charismatic grace gliding across an ocean of people? Or are you one that thrives when alone? or Maybe it’s both. I question a lot of things internally and there are those rare days when those thoughts find there ways onto a page. I am socially awkward. In truth I write because I don’t know how to speak to people, I become self conscious, nervous or worried that no one would understand me because I tend to see the brighter side or a wiser side to situations. I like to think I’m not like most people my age, I’m carefree yet serious, deep and almost childlike. Now I don’t need to be around people all the time, but after months, actually after a year and some change of no friendship, of nothing growing becoming more I think I have reached my limit.

I’m 26 and most people my age have careers or have that “glamorous” or at least is seems that way, night-on-the-town lifestyle, or maybe they have no idea what they want to do for the rest of their lives.- a millennial life crisis. (this is where I am) I married at of age of 24, I have a step son and a 2 year old, I don’t have a night out on the town, though sometimes, it would be nice to just be with my girls for few hours. I live in the state of Michigan and they all live in North Carolina. So It’s very lonely. I find myself frustrated and irritated all the time. I can’t talk to my husband about women things, he wouldn’t be able to get out of the door fast enough, nor would he understand. I love him but he is a man. So instead, I spend an unhealthy amount of time alone in my head. Or ignoring the problem, which never works, for any one thinking of doing it.

Currently I am taking a psychology course for an online High School diploma program. I dropped out of High school when I was in the 11th grade, not because of pregnancy but due to certain circumstances and depression. I’ll elaborate more on that in another post, if you’re interested. In Psychology, I am learning about social psychology and mental health and how they connect. Social relationships influence our mental health. Whether that be work or casual friends and there are different ways to interact with them of course.

The course is still new to me and there is so much information that it takes time to sink in. But all in all, I’m in a panic because I miss my friends, I miss being around people that I can connect with. I feel like It’s so hard to make friends nowadays, unless you’re in school, or working or regularly go to church. Even in church it’s difficult for me to make friends. Again, I spend way to much time in my head. I know that Jesus is my friend, He’s my best friend, but I can’t physically see His face, should I feel guilty because that should be enough?

Was there ever a time when you felt like you needed someone to be around, someone to talk to, familiar or unfamiliar? Or maybe you don’t you need social interaction. Maybe you thrive better alone, a ghost riding the winds. Tell me in the comments section below. I want to know your thoughts.


The Lord is My Strength

Let’s pray together and uplift one another.

The last couple of days I haven’t had any desire or passion or motivation to write or to read the Word of God. Normally, in this time of darkness, this time of depression, I would give in to the pressures and drift away into this abyss feeling sorry for myself, yelling for a way out, wondering why I haven’t overcome this thorn in my flesh. I never knew what it meant to call the Lord my Strength, I wondered inwardly, what exactly does that mean? How can He be my strength, something ‘invisible‘? I wanted to know what it looked like for Him to be my strength. As I feel the heaviness of this sadness weighing down on my heart, I also feel the Lord’s hand holding up–something I had not known before, whispering “I am with you. […] I am your strength, your fortress, your hiding place. Wherever you are I am there also. You are not alone, Come to Me and I will give you rest. Dwell in the safety of My wings. [..]walk with Me in the garden of your heart] — Sarah Young. Acknowledging that He is real, I realize a push, a wall keeping me from falling backwards and I cling to his hand and I read His word and I write and I now know what it means to call the Lord my Strength.

For You have armed me with strength for the battle; You have subdued under me those who rose against me.

2 Samuel 22:40 NKJV

You are my hiding place; You shall preserve me from trouble; You shall surround me with songs of deliverance.

Psalm 32:7 NKJV

The Lord is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer; The God of my strength, in whom I will trust; My shield and the horn of my salvation. My stronghold and my refuge; My savior, You save me from violence.

2 Samuel 22:2-3 NKJV


Nothing can Separate Us

I learned just how fragile my mind is; how easily swayed I can be. Seeing a glimpse of someone else’s life through social media, I found myself being affected. I became irritated in a place of stillness; frustrated that my life had no movement as if I was not progressing. There was a war in my spirit because I wanted to do both, follow Christ and my selfishness. Follow the glamorous paths of strangers instead of the road God designed for me. But by the grace of God, He chases after me while in my resistance, anxiousness, and doubt. Constantly reassuring me, He will never leave me nor forsake me, that there is no depth that He can’t go to get to me.

“Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?
[..] For I am persuaded that neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come, nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

Romans 8:35:38-39 NKJV
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Hey You. Yes, You.

Whomever you are know that I love you. Know that you are loved beyond your understanding and with that being said, I want to know you. Tell me a little about yourself, the things you love, what inspires you, what gives you the most joy. What’s something that I can learn from you? I genuinely want to get to know you. And if I can encourage or uplift you please tell me so. Let’s make the comment section a bonfire, roast some s’mores of conversation and love. I really want to know who you are.