My Cup Runneth Over: Checking in and Deciding What’s Next

Hello Friends! It's been so long! I've thought about you nearly every day since I last wrote, on July 18th. Wasn't that all about circuses and monkeys? Could you relate? If you're into astrology at all, that was as we were heading into the July 26th Mercury Retrograde, which is about to end in the … Continue reading My Cup Runneth Over: Checking in and Deciding What’s Next

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Day 8 – What are your most epic failures (and how did you overcome them)?

Oh Honey, this is just too easy! It's as easy to list my failures as it was difficult to list my successes yesterday. I'm going to have to stick to a list without long descriptions or we will be here all day... Here we go, in roughly chronological order: 1. I missed going to Nationals … Continue reading Day 8 – What are your most epic failures (and how did you overcome them)?

Daily Blog Challenge Day 7 – What has been your greatest success in life so far?

I'm sure it says something about my make up that this is a difficult question for me to answer. I had to sit and think about it for a while...of course, the first thing that comes to mind is surviving the embarrassing moment I shared with you yesterday. Sometimes, there are many little successes in … Continue reading Daily Blog Challenge Day 7 – What has been your greatest success in life so far?

Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 47: Ode to a Sunday Evening

Work, school, kids, partner, mother, sister, driver, exercise cooking, cleaning, washing, drying, folding putting away, picking up, feeding, tucking in hurry and take a deep breath. in. out. let's go, hurry, hurry, rapido, vite, tout suite don't stop, pick up the pace, can you? Will you? Shouldn't you? Yes. Yes. Yes. I can, I will, I'll … Continue reading Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 47: Ode to a Sunday Evening

Fearless Writing Challenge; Day 45: 10 Things That Tick Me Off

Normally I am a pretty calm person. Not to say I don't get my feathers ruffled, as I certainly do (as you are about to see) but for the most part, I take things in stride. But every once in a while it seems like I have a day or two when things just really … Continue reading Fearless Writing Challenge; Day 45: 10 Things That Tick Me Off

Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 40: I Thought I Was Drowning.

  I wrote this in a past life. It hurts me to read it again, to go back there. Even in my darkest days now, I am not even close to feeling as lost and alone as I did then. It is good for me to recognize that truth. What follows is one scene from an unhappy … Continue reading Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 40: I Thought I Was Drowning.