Translation: "Is That So?" I'll never forget the day I saw my Gen Z son loading the dishwasher without being asked. He was around ten years old. I walked into the kitchen and I was stunned. I thanked him for doing the dishes without being asked. He turned to me with all seriousness and said,… Continue reading Oh Word ?!!!
Well, we're heading with full steam towards the end of our #oneword year. There's still time to make the necessary changes to reach our physical, emotional, or spiritual goals. I've put a lot of "Surrender" into practice this year, but I know that there is more for me to do. I'm going to rock this… Continue reading Surrender Mode
Last August, during a long walk down a jagged path on Martha's Vineyard, I heard the word "Surrender" in my heart. There was nothing particularly urgent going on in my life. I was on vacation in my happy place. All was right with the world. I could not think of anything I needed to surrender.… Continue reading 120 Days of Surrender
This post was first published in February 2020. Yep, before the pandemic. As the Lenten season approaches, I've been having lots of conversations with friends about what we're giving up for Lent. In the past, I've given up coffee, sarcasm, diet coke, wine, cake, salty snacks, and wine again. I take the season seriously and… Continue reading Can I Give Up People for Lent?
Personal coaching helped me realize that sometimes I respond and react to situations as the little girl in me, rather than the smart, capable, strong woman that I am today. My coach asked me to write a letter to that little girl. Because I’m a writer, I decided to write it as a story instead.… Continue reading The Broken Part
In the 1978 movie, The Wiz, the scarecrow's missing brain made him think he couldn't win. I remember watching the Wizard of Oz as a young girl and being jealous of the scarecrow because he didn't have a brain. That's why he was so dumb happy. No brain, no thoughts. No thoughts, no worries. The… Continue reading Oh, to Be a Scarecrow
Stacia Wilson is a South Carolina writer, blogger, and credentialing coordinator in the insurance industry. She lives a full life with a heart that spills over in love for her two children and five grandchildren. The youngest of three, Stacia is a creative spirit who enjoys writing, drawing, reading, and swimming. Stacia’s passion is providing… Continue reading Introducing Stacia Wilson: “My Journey Begins”