Uploading…… CAGE FIGHT

Watch Out! Currently writing "Cage Fight"! Can't wait to tell my story about overcoming thoughts of not being good enough. For as long as I can remember, I have battled my own thoughts and low self-esteem.  Where do the ideas that you are not good enough come from? I recall this battle in my mind... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Words of Wisdom

They say what we go through makes us stronger. I am praying for everyone that is going through a difficult time. Whether it be your health, financial or whatever the need, I am praying! Hang in there! I'm hanging in there with you. I believe better days are ahead! You are strong! You can do... Continue Reading →

Staying Grounded

Throughout our daily routines and schedules it is easy to get lost in the hustle. I have found that I must set aside time to do the things that I enjoy, be with the people I love and focus on what is important to me. These things help keep me grounded so I can focus... Continue Reading →

Finding Joy Challenge

Ever had one of those days where you need a recharge to put some excitement back in your step? I find that I need a boost most evening especially after a long day at work. One of the things I like to do to kick off my shoes, turn on some old dance music and... Continue Reading →

Finding Joy Through The Eyes of a Child

Have you ever had a difficult time finding Joy? Have you gone through a difficult situation and struggled to find happiness? Have you ever had days that all you could do was put on a smiling face and act as everything was OK? I have found myself in circumstances which caused deep pain, sorrow, grief... Continue Reading →

What in Tarnation?

What does Tarnation actually mean? Not sure, but I recall being asked "What in tarnation are you doing?" when I was a kid. Perhaps it was the tone of voice or the oddity of the word "tarnation", but I knew it wasn't good. Now that I"m older, I'd like to ask them "Why in tarnation?"... Continue Reading →

Growing Up In the Early 1900’s

Have you ever wondered what it was like growing up in the early 1900’s? I love looking through old photographs and studying our family ancestry.  As a young girl I sat with my great grandmother, Granny Grunt, for hours listening to her stories of her life. She told many stories about the depression and her... Continue Reading →

LOVE

They may not remember all the things you gave them. But they will always remember the Love you shared with them. As I was driving to work this morning the song L.O.V.E. by Nat King Cole played on the radio. Listening to the words, I thought of my family. Hug your family tight and LOVE... Continue Reading →

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