Life is a celebration. Really, if you think about it, everyday that we draw breath is a sheer sign of God wanting and needing us to rejoice in the day. Each day presents its own challenges because life indeed is one large challenge. However, those obstacles that provide us with opportunities to grow, learn, and… Continue reading Celebration
I hear so often people talking about how bad fear is and how fear can hinder ones progress. For me, fear is a motivator. Let’s spin this. I like to think of FEAR as (Finding Each Answer Ridiculous). You see, when fear rears its overzealous head, each scenario in my head is laughable. Fear has an imagination that… Continue reading Finding Each Answer Ridiculous = FEAR
Dear Blog, I am deeply sorry for neglecting you. Life took a hold of me in a death grip that kidnapped me from my commitment of using your blank canvas as an expression of myself. There are not any excuses good enough to share, but do know that I am back. Fully engaged in vomiting… Continue reading My Apology to my Blog
I do imperfection very well. Maybe being human contributes to that ability to be imperfect. With that being said, I don’t find it being a shortcoming. This morning I sprang out of bed, hair sticking up everywhere and promptly tripping over the cat bleary eyed as I didn’t hear my alarm. What I… Continue reading Perfectly Imperfect
How quickly time passes where I assume the role as “parent” to my mother. At the age of 82 and widowed twice in eight years, she has aged at a rapid pace. Physically healthy, she is plagued by depression which steals her feelings of being competent. I watch her struggle to maintain… Continue reading Changes
I have to admit that I am a morning person. Yes, I am the annoying one with a big, fat smile on my face eager to greet the day. It has been one of those freak happenings where I can rise before the alarm even goes off and function without immediate caffeine consumption. Yep,… Continue reading Good Morning!
I refrain most days from getting on my soap box, but there has been a spark in my dwindling flame. After 18 years of being a staunch advocate for Bailey, I am exhausted. However, a spunky, spirited person has entered my life and raised the question why isn’t the Catholic school system finding… Continue reading Children Left Behind