It’s alarming to see how the shift of societal values can be so discreet and undetected yet so profound. I think of the old movies back when movies first began. The girl would look at the boy and the boy would look at the girl, or they may have simply held hands and yet, it… Continue reading The Subtle Shifts of Culture and It’s Devastating Affects on Societal Values
An Idea Well Worth the Effort Starting in 2016, my husband and I began going on an annual Vision Retreat for our family. Just him and me. No kiddos. No other couples. We found that this escape/refocusing/reconnecting was so helpful, we decided to do it every year. So, just a weekend ago, we went on our… Continue reading A Vision is Launched
I took the kids to the park the other day. It was gorgeous outside. As I sat there on the bench, Safia came racing towards me, notifying me that Elijah had fallen and a thorn had gone into his skin. Behind her, Elijah hobbled slowly onto the bench for me to see. He was not… Continue reading The Beauty of Choice
I have realized once again that when I don’t write down my tasks for the next day, I hardly get anything done, OR I hardly FEEL like I get anything done! Do you ever feel like that? You went through your whole day, sure it felt really busy, but at the end of it, while… Continue reading If It’s Not Written Down, It Doesn’t Exist!
There are a lot of extroverts waiting to come out of their shell. They are just still trying to figure out who they are and have not come to terms with the fact that they have something valuable to give.
Perhaps something you said or some thing you did changed something for someone. Perhaps you were one of their few true friends. Perhaps, unbeknownst to you, you had made a difference in their life or changed their course.
We all tend to have a “smell” about us. It’s that part of us we don’t really like others’ knowing about because, well, let’s face it, it can stink! So, we do what most people would prefer to do and that is to cover it up or even try to hide it.