What I value today doesn’t resemble what I valued in my 20’s when I began adulting! I valued earning money, having stuff and my appearance. I believed how I looked was why people could approach me and found me interesting. I maintained my weight in the 120’s, my hair was always done in the most … More Belief System
My friend Linda and I made a pact when our children were young and we were pulled in many different directions…JUST SAY NO! It was a well-known slogan at the time in a marketing campaign directing young people to “Just Say No” to drugs. It fit perfectly as we were invited to do more with … More Roles, Roles and More Roles!
Meet Ciara Jarrett, our newest and youngest blogger: I went to church camp for the first time this year. I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect, but I did not expect the amazing work God did in my life while I was there. Words cannot describe the change my heart has gone through. … More Lessons from the Zip Line
Good Morning! I am sitting in a restaurant in Palanga, Lithuania, watching it rain in the forest. I am the only one here, and well it’s amazing. The wait staff are preparing breakfast and they’ve allowed me to sit, and have brought me a glass of water, since they’re still making the coffee. They speak … More A Walk in the Woods
I’ve been a ticking time bomb with a short wick for most of my life. As a wife, parent, relative, friend and co-worker. I’m not always pleasant to be around and patience has been a learned behavior, it doesn’t come naturally to me. In my previous blog, I talked about characteristic strengths and weaknesses. … More Ticking Time Bombs