2018 Word of the Year

2018 Word of the Year

It seems to be a popular thing these days to pick a word of the year. Since I have a thing for words this is a trend that I can get on board with. A few years ago, my word was stronger. Last year I chose the word still. I chose it because I felt like I needed to slow...
7 Simple Steps to a Better Year

7 Simple Steps to a Better Year

You know the drill. The new year approaches and you might feel compelled to jot down a few resolutions. We all want to do better, be better, live better and so resolutions seem like the thing to do. I’ve noticed that my resolutions are usually about giving up...
Could YOU Be The Cure?

Could YOU Be The Cure?

Some stories are sparked with passion and my fingers race to keep pace with the words formulating in my mind. Other stories marinade for months before ever coming to fruition. This story began as the later, it has remained unfinished on my computer for several months....
A Note From The PTA

A Note From The PTA

This post was originally shared on Her View From Home. This year I will serve as the president of our school’s parent-teacher association. This follows three years of volunteering and one as vice president. Consider this my state of the union speech. It seems to...
Not Seeing the Forest for the Trees

Not Seeing the Forest for the Trees

After the water from Harvey had receded and the winds of Irma calmed Montana was still burning. Over 1,000,000 charred acres. Many of us live in suburban jungles where the typical yard is a quarter acre, we really can’t comprehend such a vast space. Denis Malone...
In God’s Time Our Time Will Come

In God’s Time Our Time Will Come

Where I live people say “going up north” or “heading to the cabin” as commonly as hello. It seems many have a retreat. I’m a water lover without a shore to call home. Being near the water calms my sometimes anxious mind like nothing else....