Monthly Archives: May 2015

Taking on a new attitude can be intimidating.

Forgive me for the language lesson but I found it helpful and interesting as I pondered my reason for the title. The definition of intimidating according to http://www.dictionary.com is “to make timid; fill with fear”. The Bible is full of … Continue reading

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The Spoon Theory by Christine Miserandino

Originally posted on GentleKindness:
I just read this article by┬áby Christine Miserandino called The Spoon Theory. http://www.butyoudontlooksick.com – See more at: http://www.butyoudontlooksick.com/articles/written-by-christine/the-spoon-theory/#sthash.Z6ekoAKf.dpuf She describes how and when she came up with this way of communicating to others, what having an…

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Still living the Journey!

This life is so fragile. One misstep and so many people can be impacted. A car accident, a fall from a ladder or a fight of words with someone can change our world in a matter of seconds. We sometimes … Continue reading

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Tell them you love them

When I was a freshman in high school, I had a crush on a neighborhood boy who was a senior and the sweetest man I have ever known next to my own dad. I wasn’t old enough to date but … Continue reading

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On Writing.

I started writing about my life with my ex bi-polar, schizophrenic, narcissistic sociopath husband after I finally worked up the courage to leave him. I have wanted to turn it into a story befitting a book where only the names … Continue reading

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So, why am I crying?

Just when you think you’ve healed all you can, this happens. Don’t get me wrong, hearing that the young husband of an in-law’s niece got saved tonight is absolutely miraculous, amazing and wonderful. Knowing that I prayed for years for … Continue reading

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“What are you doing?”

I can remember my mom asking me that question. It was usually when things got quiet in the house. I would always reply to her with one simple word, “nothing”. That’s when she knew she’d better find out what my … Continue reading

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What ever happened to Prince Charming?

You know the guy…the one that rides in on a beautiful white horse to save the damsel in distress. Or the one that happens to be in the right place at the right time to save the day. The old … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day Mom!

As Mother’s Day approaches every year, I love to search for small memories of growing up. Our mom was the homemaker who made us breakfast before school every morning regardless of how she felt. She drove us to school and … Continue reading

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Silence is Golden!

I remember Mom telling us many times while growing up that “Silence is Golden”. But I never really understood why. We would be in a group of mixed age people and our parents would be chatting with their friends and … Continue reading

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