Back in the early seventies, I had the sweetest bike. It was metallic purple, with a white banana seat & shiny chrome sissy bar. It also had one of those really high handle bars with white tassels hanging from them. It was awesome and it was my favorite bicycle ever. […]
Have you ever thought you just can’t get it right? You just keep trying, but failing. It happens, to the best of us. We find we are our worst judge. I know in my own case, I am my worst judge. I always doubt myself, thinking I can’t do something or when I do accomplish something I usually convince myself that it’s not good enough, it could be better, no one will like it, or people will laugh. The list goes on and on.
Growing up in our home you didn’t talk about certain subjects. Sex or anything pertaining to sex was the major taboo subject. Even talking about what was happening to our bodies was not talked about. The day I got my period I knew what was happening,…..
I’ll be sharing with you a new part of my blog called, “Lessons From the Side Chair” chapters of my life that effected me in positive and negative ways and how I learned from them.
Recently I learned a very valuable lesson, one that I had to relearn actually. Don’t you just hate when that happens? I guess sometimes we or in my case, am just so stubborn and weak we fail to learn the first or even the second time. This time I let my defenses down.
So I don’t watch “The View” and I never have because 1. its hosts drive me crazy 2. there is so many other brain stimulating things to do in that one hour! But I have watched the clip on YouTube that everyone is talking about regarding the Miss […]
What am I talking about you ask? Only the #1 movie playing in theaters right now, “War Room” a movie centered around Tony and Elizabeth Jordan who seem to have it all; great jobs, a beautiful daughter, and their dream house. But appearances can be deceiving. Tony and Elizabeth’s […]
This past weekend I made a trip to check on my dad who is recovering from a massive stroke. Between traveling and stress I was worried about keeping up with my program like I do at home. It wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be, but not […]