The end of the year is approaching and we're all making plans for next year. My husband and I are in the process of choosing our #oneword for 2021. It's a "thing" in our home. We pray and meditate on God's instruction for the coming year. Then, we choose a word that will keep us… Continue reading Just Stop Talking
Here's an excerpt from my forthcoming book. This powerful truth didn't hit me until I saw the worlds on the page... This is my sixth book. It is the book I’ve been afraid to write my whole life. It was inside of me when I first started journaling as a teenager. It was the book… Continue reading I Got There Eventually
Governor John Kasich speaking at the 2020 DNC made me so happy. Not because I'm a die hard Democrat— because I am not. Not because I'm a die hard Buckeye— though I certainly am. But, because I want to stop feeling so yucky and polarized. I did my miserable years at recess in dirty sandboxes… Continue reading When You Know Something Is Not Right
As Joe Burrow embraced Eddie George, Doug Flutie, Desmond Howard, and Tim Tebow, I thought, "This is a great moment in sports and 'They' - the racists - are going to ruin it."
I often write about decision-making because decisions are an inescapable part of life. For years I've told you about my "just flip a coin" philosophy. You've analyzed. You've agonized. You prayed. You still don't know what to do. Flip a coin to decide. No, the coin itself is not anointed. Although, I'll shamefully admit that… Continue reading Can’t Decide? Just Flip A Coin
There is a difference between being "cracked" and broken to pieces. A cracked vase can still hold a candle and shine light. A vase that is broken to pieces needs to either be fixed or thrown away. The more broken pieces the less useful the vase becomes. We are empty vases that are filled with the… Continue reading 7 Steps to Start Healing