I’m looking forward to 2015. I’m so over this year. In fact I was over 2014 when it began…lol. Some of you may be able to relate. This year was hard for me on so many levels. I’ve discussed some of them in previous blog posts and I’m still working through many things. However that… Continue reading New Year, Daily Resolutions
God met me in the ache between heartbeats When breathing was too difficult I found him in the silence between thunder and lightening The gaps between raindrops I’d heard about him in the pews But grew to know him in the trenches The gutters of life When my peace was in pieces Tears too familiar… Continue reading The Meeting
Perfectionism. The overwhelming desire to get everything just right….perfect. Most of my life I’ve struggled with unrealistic expectations I’ve set for myself. I would judge myself too harshly when I felt I didn’t measure up to some ideal. I was consumed with it and many times I didn’t even know I was doing this to myself… Continue reading Confessions of a Recovering Perfectionist
So…….I saw Interstellar this weekend. Phenomenal movie! Starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Michael Cain this movie is set sometime in the near future about a dying Earth and a last ditch mission to save it. First of all, I’m a science geek so I was already sold on the premise. Secondly, who doesn’t love Matthew… Continue reading Interstellar is Stellar!
Recently I had to make a choice. A choice to live or die. I’m not talking about physically – but mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. I had to choose whether to stay in the comfort of the familiar or go for the adventure of the unknown. Some of you may already know where I’m headed, but… Continue reading Choices
I have mountains in me Titans of fascination and wonder Boulders in the slopes of a sandbox Spilling over Soft earth cannot contain these stones The rocky terrain uncomfortable But beautiful nonetheless I have mountains in me Worth climbing Worth conquering Breathe deeply at this altitude The air is thin but sweet The jagged edges… Continue reading Mountains
There’s nothing worse than a writer who doesn’t write. Well, actually there are many things worse than that, but you get the point. Organizing your thoughts to produce creative work can be a daunting task. The reason, I believe, is because to be a great writer one must be truly authentic. Raw. Genuine. Relatable. Able… Continue reading A Writer Who Doesn’t Write