I wrote the below post almost ten years ago. It’s amazing how things have changed – and how they’ve not changed at all. I have two children. There isn’t a day that goes by when I do not think about their future – Take stock of where they’re at now; emotionally, physically, spiritually. Sometimes Read more about Slack To The Future[…]
Today was a good day. I wasn’t feeling well this morning, so I slept in till 8:15. I slept in. I don’t care if it was because I wasn’t feeling well. It’s a win, folks! Then I cleaned our apartment, which doesn’t take long because it’s small. Another win! And then, I got to go Read more about Give Your Best[…]
Well, it’s been a month since I posted Reflection Rejection where I shared with y’all my disappointment in myself and how I’ve cared (not) for my body. Now that’s a great way to begin a post. Full of positivity and chocolate sprinkles! But, it’s real life, right? Everything isn’t always perfect. And my platform is, to Read more about Body Image. You Can’t Express Trials. Choose30. Whatever.[…]
My brain on – – – Sports: Specifically college football. Football is necessary to usher in the Fall season – #GoDucks!!! The two go together. Along with logs on the fire, hot chocolate and Christmas trees. Dogs: Small or large, all become a chore. At first, they’re cute little bundles of fuzzy goodness that everyone Read more about My Brain On…[…]
What a strange day today was. Last week I was talking to one of my coaching clients about triggers. I told her how triggers could either debilitate you or enlighten you. I also confessed that I still have moments where something or someone, even a smell, will cause a painful memory from my past. We Read more about Look What They Made Me Do <<< I HAD to – But It Totally Applies![…]
Seriously. Can you think of a worse job?
Fifteen years ago I was selected for jury duty in Southern Oregon. The case was a medical malpractice suit. It was the hardest three weeks of my life. A young woman was misdiagnosed and ended up having inflammatory breast cancer. By the time her case got to us, she had only two years left to live. Read more about What Does Your Worth Cost?[…]
“When you have come to the point of forgiving yourself and accepting Gods forgiveness and complete love for you, you’ll find that each day will become easier to live. As the old ways and memories are being healed and worked through, your joy and hope begin to increase. You will eventually, one day, only be Read more about What Are You Fighting For?[…]
Tam (that’s me): Chat, chat, chat – question, question, laughter. L: Laughter, chat, chat – answer, answer, question. L: What did you and your husband do in Nashville? Tam (still me): Oh, we were pastors. L: Silence. Body language changes. Chatting stops. Sunday morning Brent and I volunteered for the first ever Glitter Run here Read more about To Be Known[…]
Words are meaningful, but action is powerful.