It’s that time, again. I feel a need to reinvent my blog. Today, it feels too safe, too cozy. Almost as if I got caught in a rut and didn’t know where else to take it. I have become bored with it and interest is waning due to my lack of exciting things to post.… Continue reading Reinventing My Blog
It’s time for a writer’s update. Since many of you are wondering if I ever finished that book by May 12th. Truth be told…
Phoebe was frightened of the Shadow entering her room, and as an adult, she finds herself tucking suitcases and boxes under her bed to prevent the “Dark Man” from entering through an open door... Subscriber Content Phoebe was frightened of the Shadow entering her room, and as an adult, she finds herself tucking suitcases and… Continue reading Don’t Breathe A Word
“Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure.” – George Edward Woodberry At the beginning of the school year, my oldest daughter was hesitant to take an art class. She wanted to try her hand at pottery, but it was not available to her. So, she was stuck… Continue reading Finding Success in Discipline
While teaching our daughters Buddhism and meditation we discovered a glitch along this journey; the bad thoughts that creep into our heads during our silence.
Children are amazing creatures. They learn quickly and adapt to their surroundings to create their own calm and peace. Their ability to see the world through innocent eyes is a lesson many adults could learn to incorporate in their daily living. However, children do grow up and become teenagers.
My husband’s health insurance has a new policy to help people attain a healthy lifestyle. With the effort to save over $700 in premiums this year, we agreed to one of many options offered in their new health program. There are many reasons in which I don’t support this kind of intrusion in our lives,… Continue reading Get Up and Try, Try, Try!