Really why do I put myself through this word hula hoop jumping contest? It's like doing school for fun and I'm not getting a grade or even $$. So, what the heck is that about? I do wonder why I keep this up some days. It's not because I desire fame, fortune, or notoriety. Stop … Continue reading Why do I Write?
Each family has their very own favorite set of quirks. I don't mean that meanly either. Quirky parents begat quirky kids. Who grow up and repeat the process. Kind of scary right? I learned recently of a family who puts lemon juice in their Dr. Pepper. I see that eyebrow, raised. To each his own- … Continue reading The love language of Coffee
Before being diagnosed with Interstitial Cystitis (in-ter-stish-uhl sĭ-stī'tĭs), I knew some ladies with chronic Illness. I knew a bit of her struggles and she had confided in me some of the challenges. I had petitioned the Lord on her behalf many times for supernatural wisdom, strength, and divine blessings. What I didn’t know was that … Continue reading Chronic Illness World
Personality identification was all the rage a while back with the kids. A Mom can certainly identify her child and tell you what kind of personality he/she has. The kids weren’t relying on ole Mom for their diagnosis- they wanted an unbiased scientific test to draw their conclusions. If you have no idea what personality … Continue reading Perks of an Introvert
I think it was a movie that made the whole bucket list phenomenon a thing. The literal listing of your to do wish list to extremes before ones final trip to glory. There are Pinterest board to support the dreamy ideals and blogs to read. I am a true listing person. I have a list … Continue reading Coffee Cup List
Just wanted to let you know I created a new page on the blog site. I wanted to get it up before Easter-this coming up Sunday. Terminal for Sorting Souls Check it out! Have a Blessed Day! Lena
Friendship can truly be a double edged sword. We have all had experiences that have shaped us in one way or another. Some of that shaping has made us better for it; while it can cause others carry a chip on the shoulder remaining wounded and scarred. It's positive to take a step back and … Continue reading Alter Ego
One of my writing prompts that come up was to share five books that everyone one should read. Wow, so, much to your surprise- I’ve never been much of a reader. I was in remedial reading as a child and learned sight reading. I’m not sure if that was my hiccup with it for so … Continue reading Recommended Reads
My little kids loved to draw pictures. Every now and again the pencil would fling the wrong way. Immediately upon the disapproval of the stray mark the whole paper was judged unfit to be crumpled and tossed. Instinctively, even at such a young age they wanted a perfect likeness. Yet, at their age, experience … Continue reading ..and we begin again.
Have you ever looked into the mirror and seen your mother or grandmother? Actually for me it was just a brief glance, a catch of the eye reflection in my cell phone when I was face timing my daughter. For a brief second in the little window I saw my great Aunt Chris. My grandmother’s … Continue reading Lost Art