“As I looked out on the ocean from the view of the pier, I seen a small vessel out on the water. Alone. It was surrounded by darker clouds and a small hint of sunshine peeked through the clouds above. It was such a mesmerizing scene because the water seemed so smooth. The vessel was calm. The breeze lightly helped to sway the small vessel back and forth.” … More Vessels Along The Journey of Life
Hello readers! Wow, has it really been a year (or more) since my last post? I really need to get better at sharing with all of you. My life has been immersed in progressing quietly, or at least I have tried. If you have followed my blog from the beginning, you may remember how ‘rocky’ … More The Tides Have Turned
“When I feel the season’s changing and the tides of life are turning, I am on a more heightened awareness about myself. I become extremely focused and determined to transition with a sense of peace – even when it may not be in my favor.” … More When The Season’s Change
Goodness, it has been almost a year since I last visited my own blog page, and attempted to even write anything. I miss it so much. There was a time when it was a solid outlet for me to allow the thoughts I had, to be shared with each of you, in hopes that … More My Mind Is Like A Kaleidoscope….
“Just because I am a Christian, does not mean for one moment that I do not get lost in my walk with God. It does not mean that I am immune to problems that weigh me down. What it does mean is that I am able to find my way to God again because one thing is for certain, no matter where I am in life, no matter how bad I think things are – HE DOES NOT LEAVE YOU. I may leave Him but He never leaves me. ” … More I Talk To Plants….And God
“Not everyone will always understand where you are coming from – they are not supposed to. It is not their story, it is not their emotions and it is not happening to them.” … More Going To Therapy and Why It’s Painful : This Is My Story
“My earliest memory of loving music was when I was a small child and I would attend vacation bible school at my grandmothers church in a small, rural part of North Carolina. She would play the piano and I enjoyed nothing more than watching her play that piano like she had oil on her fingers. Her delicate but worn,loving hands would glide across all the piano keys so eloquently. It was mesmerizing to me. She could play any church hymn you requested but it wasn’t just about her ability to play, it was her outward expression of how much joy and happiness she received from it.” … More The Healing Powers of Music
You see all the photos on social media of flight attendants going to some really cool destinations. We share food photos while dining in cool restaurants, we show you beautiful swimming pools that we sit by and brag how we are getting paid to lounge (which isn’t a total wash) and we share openly our … More Flight Attendant Pay and Why It’s Not What You Think It Is
I live in a small town now. Sometimes I wish I could say this is my ‘hometown’ but it hasn’t felt like home to me in almost 30 years, if not more. Growing up here was not so bad because I had a loving mother and father who did a lot for me. They … More Appreciation On A Small Town Street
“Creative people like me, who have a hodgepodge of traits will always be ‘busy’ in some form or fashion. We are the type of person whom you can’t pin down because our interest range so far and so wide that our uniqueness and contradictory ways always make sense in the end.” … More I Am A Hodgepodge Of Traits
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