Appreciation, compassion, and forgiveness. Appreciation enables and inspires growth individually and together, compassion is a home for love and care, and forgiveness allows for mistakes. It reminds us how human we truly are after the first year and 20th year.Continue reading “Say It Softly, Say It Again”
Here we are, it’s the evening and I’m freshly exfoliated and lotioned. The only thing missing is a chilled glass of chardonnay and some snacks. While I’m awaiting President Biden to make his speech, I wanted to take a moment and share my experience with getting the COVID Vaccine.Continue reading “Shot in the Dark”
Let 2021 be the fresh start you need that will bring hope and peace! I’m remembering all we lost in 2020 unnecessarily due to COVID, all those who lost their employment, and lost hope that help is coming.
You are not forgotten. You are not alone.
Have a happy & hopeful New Year 🍾
Here we are at the end of the year. It’s time to be holly, jolly, and stuffed with treats all while being socially distant. This is usually the time of year when we start seeing the year end wrap up. List after list on whether we have achieved our goals for the year. Let’s be clear here – this year has been one of the worst for most citizens of the world. Record high job loss, evictions, not to forget how poorly kids are doing in school trying to suffer through 6 hours a day of virtual learning. We are drowning in emotions and have little to no where to process those feelings.Continue reading “What Is Being Gift Wrapped?”
I’m one of the many who’s been adding more Van Halen tracks to their playlist lately.
With all the horrid things that have happen this year (and those hits keep coming), I wanted to take a moment to focus on some of the positives that have made their way down the 2020 conga line of doom. I want to begin by saying my heart goes out to all of those we have lost to COVID-19. It’s a tragedy that was completely avoidable. I wear a mask, clean it often, and encourage others to take the virus seriously so we avoid losing anymore loved ones.