Grab your favorite mug o’ something and let’s hang out for awhile! I’ll write, you read!
The moment the wrapping is off the gifts, our culture starts screaming, “New Year, New You!” We start scrambling for goals, special words, and new strategies. But, what if we approached this year differently? What if we acted out of the overflow of our relationship with God?
Peek over my shoulder as I process my recent emotional speed bump through a step-by-step method designed to transform any experience into personal growth. Our lives are filled with both good and bad experiences. We can learn a lot from them, but only if we’re intentional about it.
In the last twelve months, I’ve purchased one fancy dress. In the last two weeks, I’ve purchased twelve…and returned them all. I have a wedding to attend next weekend and I’m attending as the date of the father of the bride, so what I wear is a bit more important than the standard guest attire.
It’s hot. Really hot for the end of September in Indiana. It’s been a while since I’ve been in my home state and I’ve never been in this tiny town of 600 people west of Indianapolis, but I remember September in Indiana being much more Fall-ish in than this blue-skied day has turned out. Guests
I see you. You can remember moments of joy in your life and so many individual moments of pain. You look a specific way, feel a certain way, and live a distinct way. You’re a completely unique combination of dreams, experiences, habits, loves, lessons learned, and potential to be realized. You have struggles and internal
I’m at that age where I forget why I walked into a room on a daily, sometimes hourly basis. Truth be told, I’ve been like that most of my life, so I think it’s less about my age and more about having too many thoughts in my head at one time. At least, that’s what
If you’ve been around people who do any form of yoga consistently, you’ll hear them refer to their “practice”. If you play tennis, you talk about it differently. You might say, “I play tennis.” I’ve never heard anyone say, “my tennis practice” But, that’s how yoga practitioners talk about doing yoga. It’s a personal practice.
I'm sure your Mama taught you to share, right?
Would a friend enjoy what you found here? I’ll owe you a super-size hug if you share it with them!