It's taken me awhile to have the courage to write this post. I have a horrific confession. Do you remember awhile back I talked about my lovely little tea kettle in my post "Accepting the Unacceptable - Part II"? I had not paid enough attention to my poor tea kettle, and thus a thick residue … Continue reading I Confess, I Killed the Metaphorical Tea Kettle!
This week, I’ve been rolling down a rowdy river of abundance, and so I decided it was time to stop and take roll call on the gratefulness gravy train, and pay it forward...by sharing it with you. Please excuse me, because I think I’m about to start sounding like an overzealous car salesman here. I … Continue reading You Win…A New Car! (Really!)
Meet my tea kettle. She’s not pretty, but she does the job. My tea kettle has been with me a long time – years in fact. She’s moved four times with me, even across states. She heats water for my organic green tea, for my kid’s Maple & Brown Sugar oatmeal. For some reason, I … Continue reading Accepting the Unacceptable ~ Finding Peace in the Pain – Part II
Editor's Note: I've made some minor changes to this post, as I prepped Part 2 and new directions unfolded. When you are facing a hard circumstance, it may feel like a black cloud has settled over you, and you have become one with that cloud. Your life becomes a dark rain storm, pouring down deep … Continue reading Accepting the Unacceptable ~ Finding Peace in Pain
I'm not usually one to "create stories." I believe that every story can be told many different ways. We make a choice with every word we speak, every thought we think, to create a "good" story or a "bad" story out of our lives, our current circumstances, our "dramas". These stories often create suffering for … Continue reading Be A River, Not a Dam