Tears roll down my eyes and fall to rest on my cheek. Inside, an indescribable feeling takes form. I’m happy and blessed with more than I could possibly need. A smile forms across my face because love surrounds me. There is no need for anything else. Lent has concluded, but its truth remains in my heart. I am reminded of the joy within. It helpsContinue reading “Monday Reflections: The Grace in My Cross”
Sometimes there just isn’t time to think. Recent activities and work have kept me preoccupied. As I put my phone to charge and set my alarm for the morning, I see that today is nearing its end. It’s Monday and I’ve promised a reflection. I reflect on how good it feels to be rewarded afterContinue reading “Monday Reflections: Sweet Dreams”
I’m not sure what to write about. I can’t focus on anything right now. It might be the fact that I need to eat breakfast. Letting my sugar go down might not be a good thing. I have a big day ahead of me! Today we’re having a surprise party for someone very special. I can’t riskContinue reading “Monday Reflections: Finding Beauty in the Ordinary”
Last week was an exciting one!
There are so many things to reflect on this past week. With a lot to do and so very little time to write, I’ll let images display what I need to reflect on. After all, pictures are worth a thousand words.
To be yummy or not to be, that is the question.
People say when life throws you a curveball, dodge, duck or hit it out of the ballpark. I should have remembered to duck.
I can’t remember much of the last couple of weeks. My mind flows with thoughts about my trip to South by South West (SXSW) this past weekend. For those of you who don’t know, SXSW is a film, interactive, and music festival in Austin, Texas.
For the past week, there is one thing that won’t get out of my head! “Maybe, I should take a selfie.” I have to blame my brother for this! Last week, I posted a photo of my broken phone on Facebook with the description- “My phone decided to take a selfie before it went toContinue reading “Monday Reflections (wait….Monday Selfie!)”
Last week was a rough one – an old age rough one! I’m 26 and I’m old. I know a lot of people will disagree and roll their eyes at me. Well, get ready to hold onto those eyes. They might just roll right off by the time this post is finished. My mother says,Continue reading “Monday Reflections – The Rough, Old Week”