Connections are the greatest coping skill no matter what you are dealing with, whether daily do’s or death. There are many situations that require connections and many ways to connect. … Continue Reading Are You Stuffing Your Stuff?
Ever feel like you are falling down a rabbit hole? Alice found wonders, maybe you will find wonders disguised as wounders. Is there such a word? Lets make one up. … Continue Reading Falling Down A Rabbit Hole: Three Ways to Find Wonder in the Wounds
Peace eludes many of us. We all long for the contentment it brings, the smoothness to the wrinkles that this world presents. Despite appearances that we live in prosperity and … Continue Reading <strong>POWER IN PEACE</strong>
The gift of grief is giving the ability to cope with whatever devastating loss that is assaulting you and yours. This gift is the gift of life, the ability to … Continue Reading <strong>The Gift of Grief</strong>
Sweet Sacrifice Sweet sacrifice happens sometimes. What is that? If it’s sweet how can it be sacrifice which is an act of giving up something you … Continue Reading Sweet Sacrifice
Much time is wasted on worry when it doesn’t change a thing. Well it does change your anxiety level by making it worse. How can you cope with … Continue Reading Why Worry When You Can Win
Everyone has a sparkle. It ranges from a glimmer to a glow. The same person can radiate from one end of the spectrum to the other. If you … Continue Reading Seeking the Sparkle
The silence is so deafening I can feel it. There is a void in life on the farm. Sure, I can still hear the birds singing, but that … Continue Reading Messes and Marvelous Memories
I wrote last time on preparing for the past, present and future. Sounds like a daunting task, but it can be done. How do you prepare your young … Continue Reading Preparing that Precious Person
Prepare for what? For another day of isolation? A different pair of pajamas, or a different hair tie to pull back your unwashed, uncut hair with? It is … Continue Reading Prepare !
Last night I dreamed we were watching Frozen 2. We were seated in the back of the theater, the screen was tiny and we started late so it … Continue Reading A Great Adventure
Blessing encompasses emotional, physical and spiritual as well as financial. As a wife, mother and grandmother I envision a blessed bounty in this year of 2020 and on into the … Continue Reading Increased Blessings
I was Christmas shopping at the mall with Anthony, my seven year old grandson. He saw a bell ringer from the Salvation Army. He chimed in with the … Continue Reading Sharing with the Bell Ringer
My grandchildren like to listen to Radio Disney or hip-hop. Maybe they are one in the same, beats me! Some of the songs they know by heart. Don’t … Continue Reading Listen To The Music
Reading is like wrapping yourself in a soft cozy throw on a winter’s day. It’s snowing outside, but the hot chocolate you’re sipping warms the atmosphere as well … Continue Reading Love Found in the Library
Sometimes when grandkids get together they’re rowdy. Our grandson Anthony is 6. When he gets with his sister who is 10 he can be rambunctious. Racing, pillow fights or arguing. … Continue Reading The Value of Restoring a Break