It’s New Year’s Eve. Enjoy life and have fun, however be safe about it humans. You are not invincible. Someone loves you and wants you alive.
My mom Pammy has a birthday today. I know better than to tell you how old she is. Instead, show my mommy some birthday love by taking a look at her art and giving her page a like! HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOM! I love you all around and back around!
This will be post 365. Next post will be 1 January 2021....here is my profound statement for the new year. It’s not an original idea, I edited it, still it is worthy of the last post of the year. Practice the pause. When in doubt, pause. When angry, pause. When tired, pause. When stressed, pause.… Continue reading Last Post of the Year….
I’ve always thought resolutions at the New Year was a sure way to fail. Maybe if I call them goals or benchmarks instead? What do you think?
Walk in to 2021 with a clear plan. Do not carry with you any resentment or pain of the past. If you owe me, forget it, we're square. I never loan, only give and don't expect a repayment. If you wronged me, I forgave you already. If you're angry with me, I've let it go.… Continue reading Here Comes a New Begining
Some people don’t deserve your thoughts. If someone hurt you the best revenge is forgetting them. Do not give them the privilege of space in your head.
Goliath was terrifying. David was scared and he fought anyway. Even when you are afraid, fight for what’s right and defend love. When you are scared fight harder.
Let there be peace. Let there be love. Merry Christmas 🎄
I know that 2020 for some people was a crap year. The virus, financial struggles, storms and other woes impacted many many lives. A lot of humans will be happy to see 2020 leave and a shiny New Year come rolling in. I get it, I really do. The thing is, for me and my… Continue reading As the End Draws Near
Christmas is about love. God's love for us. A mother's love for her child. Our love for each other. "If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person?"