My head is a cluster of thoughts. Sometimes it is like a tornado swirling around with my thoughts and feelings. Maybe it is like flood gates that open and the water is rushing through. Sometimes it is like a giant tidal wave coming at me and I cannot catch my breath. It’s different for everybody.… Continue reading My Head is a Mess!
Spring time is here and it is time that you start seeing dandelions everywhere. You think they are a weed and must be killed? When I look at a dandelion I see strength and beauty. In the midst of all the green there is this bright yellow piece of sunshine. You might be asking what… Continue reading Dandelions are beautiful
I know that home is where the heart is, but eventually I would like to own an actual house. My home of where the heart is, is slowly being scattered. How so? My kids are getting older and live in different states. A piece of me is all over the United States. I want to… Continue reading I Want a Home
This is one of those days I don’t feel like doing anything. And I mean anything. It was just a struggle to get out of bed. I get my cup of coffee trying to be a little coherent and then go through the motions of going through the notifications on my phone with listening to… Continue reading Just a Bad Day
I have always liked this poem, but it wasn’t until living with severe depression did I fully understand it. I don’t know who to give credit to for this photo and hope I’m not breaking any rules. It is so beautiful and fit with what I am writing about. I don’t normally do two posts… Continue reading Who is Guiding Your Steps?
Many years ago I became a born again Christian. I struggle daily in following what the Lord wants me to do. I have not figured out, yet, what that is. I did figure out one thing it is not my place to judge others. I may not agree with their choices, but I don’t judge… Continue reading I Am My Own Worst Judge
My husband is a saint. Probably not the way when you think of saint, but he is to me. A definition of a saint is: a person who is very good, kind, or patient – according to Merriam-Webster dictionary. He is also a Christian. I have put my husband through so many trials. I have… Continue reading My Husband is a Saint