Broken Pieces

For the longest time I had been starting my day with unforgiveness towards myself for errors in judgement and allowing fear and childhood baggage having kept me from pursing my true path as an arts minister.  I didn’t really see each day as a new day to start my life, Read more…

Not About Forgetting

Letting go is not always easy and we may thing that letting go means forgetting, forgetting about the lessons learned, or even letting go of people, memories.  That’s not true.   I can remember a love that rocked my world, even if it was one hell of a roller coaster, Read more…

Who Do We Need?

Who do we need, besides our Creator, Yahweh of course?  Since we live in a physical world we need people, need each other, but what team of people do we need, should we have around us to thrive and succeed, realize our full potential, to guide us there?  I have thought Read more…

Birthday Reflection

Today is my birthday, my 54th birthday and I keep feeling in my heart, spirit and soul that call to ministry, to artistic and spiritual wellness/meditation ministry. For a number of reasons, I wish I had understood this a heck of a lot sooner in life, but instead of a Read more…

Hello Old Friend

  I came across some images of Battery Park and it brought back memories.  Fibromyalgia and different health issues of late, my hypersensitivity to heat, and in general has really made me a homebody, more so than I was.  The walks I used to take in the eventing or even Read more…

Let It Go

Caught in the middle of my parents nasty divorce, bullied at school, and a bunch of other stuff that is not anything I would want to repeat, and the Fibromyalgia and issues coming from that test my patience almost daily.  Then there is the would’ve, should’ve in terms of getting Read more…

Raising a Teenage Daughter

Let’s face it, teens can seem to be aliens from another planet and with all the pressure and bullying they can face these days, it’s nuts.  How do you handle living with a teenage daughter?  Though I have no kids, I was an ESL instructor and have observed stuff in Read more…

Thank About Pain

Anyone who loves someone very much, and even in our own lives, pain is not something we welcome, and if there is chronic emotional or physical pain or emotional wearing down because of physical stuff going on, we can feel overwhelmed and I know there are period of time with Read more…