Rise to It

Bella Donovan Hero. The name of the coffee in the featured photo. The photo has been on my desktop for a month as something to aspire to. The man I work with lives in California. He usually sends an email while I sleep, outlining the day’s assignments. It’s customary to wake up and view the… Continue reading Rise to It

A Dreamy Bed

My heart beats a little bit faster for a dreamy bed. My daughter was home over the weekend, and I wanted to let her catch up on some sleep. As I closed her bedroom door, this quote came to mind, and I remembered this photo on my vision board. The two combined became a meme.… Continue reading A Dreamy Bed

Feel the Music

I posted this a few weeks ago and took it down. It needed some thought and words placed before it, so here I sit making it right by re-posting. In think like a Queen, (or King), I see her as fearless. She cannot afford to live in fear and neither can we even though the… Continue reading Feel the Music

Dare to Believe

Is there a dream in your heart? They say a dream will never leave you, unlike an ‘idea’ we soon forget. You will have ideas toward your dream. Stepping stones. Jot them down. That dream that God placed in my heart…It’s still there. When I need encouragement toward my dream, I pull it up in… Continue reading Dare to Believe

How to Fly

I’ve written quite a bit about this Breast Cancer Journey. Talking to a dear friend earlier, it made me realize I haven’t really summed up the changes in writing. It’s easy for me to forget all the small things I went through. My journey has been relatively easy compared to others, but maybe that is… Continue reading How to Fly

Fight Against Cancer

In 1999, I joined a liquid nutritional company. I realized even then, we were not getting everything we need from food, and I was no longer in my invincible 20’s. I was with that company, and enjoyed their products for many years. When it was time to leave my marriage, I gave up this business… Continue reading Fight Against Cancer

What She Sees

My parents were not the ideal married couple, but they were good parents.  I don’t recall seeing them kiss passionately or hold one another in a timeless hug. It was a duty for them and after we were all grown, they divorced. At 50 years old, my mother was free to be herself. She did… Continue reading What She Sees

Ya Gotsta Move It Move It

This little farm house has been our ‘Safe Haven’ for almost two years. Last December, I wrote out my goals for 2015. A new house was not on the page, but everything I listed was going to lead us to more. God knows your heart, and He knows when it’s time to move. We have… Continue reading Ya Gotsta Move It Move It

Look For Signs

When I first moved to this little farm house on 40 acres, I had no clue what God had in store. I was hoping this was His will, but concerned that maybe this was my move and not His. There was nothing out here but grass, trees and a pond with a pier beside the… Continue reading Look For Signs