Oh snap! Have I really managed to hold back my knight in shining armor? Have I subconsciously demeaned my champion by undermining his protection? OK, so it was recommended to me to read ‘Wild At Heart’ by John Eldredge. Now, I have to admit, the relationship books that I have read over the last few … More Release The Knight!
“It makes one wonder how many times we choose to remain in our desperation rather than allow it to drive us into the abundance that awaits us.” – Erwin McManus (The Last Arrow) I am scared to step out of my comfort zone, after all it is pretty comfy there! I know God has so … More Are You Settling?
Facebook. Social Media. There are times that it’s such a distraction. It can be a time waster. And unfortunately there are people addicted to it. But today? Today, I appreciated the fact that Facebook does those ‘Your Memories on Facebook’. Here was what was on my news feed: “2:30 am – I awake to noises, get … More Thanks for the Memories..
Have you ever had a friend that helps you bust loose in uncontrollable laughter? That friend that helps you see the humor in some of the most mundane moments? That friend that no matter what you are doing you will stop to take their call because you know that you will be so blessed by … More Funnies & Friends
“You are driving all the way to Tampa after work? That’s a four hour drive! That’s crazy! Aren’t you going to be tired?” Those are the questions that I was asked all week as I told people of my plans for the week, and invited them to come with me. (Not to mention the looks … More Embracing Insanity
This morning I was awakened from a sound sleep by the ringing of my house phone. I answered the phone and it took a second to connect; you know what that means… Usually telemarketer… It wasn’t even quite 8:30 in the morning! But when the voice connected on the other end, it was not a telemarketer. There was no sickeningly sweet … More No More Noose!
“I have no right to say or do anything that diminishes a man in his own eyes. What matters is not what I think of him, but what he thinks of himself. Hurting a man and his dignity is a crime.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry “One of the most neglected virtues of our daily existence … More Sincere Appreciation
I am re-reading Eat That Frog by Brian Tracy. I’ve been meaning to get back to it for a bit, but it seems time just slips by. It’s a book on how to stop procrastinating. I have thought about re-reading it a number of times, just hadn’t gotten around to it. Today I decided that’s … More Frogs, really? Frogs!?
“Oh! That sounds so good! I can’t remember the last time I had Kentucky Fried Chicken!” It has become kind of a joke amongst my family, as we heard this weekly for a while from my mom. My mom is turning 75 in December, and is battling memory issues. Sometimes the stages of Alzheimer’s and Dementia … More Memories With Mom
For some it’s a hobby, for some it’s a profession and for still others it’s a matter which they choose to ignore – and probably many other things to many other people. However, I have learned recently that for me – its vital. Personal growth and development for me is something I have to do. … More Personal Growth