I pride myself on not being gullible. Yet, there are times when my trusting nature can get the best of me. I just came out from a situation like this. It took me a couple of days to say, no more! It was tough, it was disheartening, and it was daunting. But with God’s guidance, … Continue reading Discerning Cons
The month of February offers much to celebrate. It is the month where love is illustrious, it is Black History month, and it is recognized by the Heart Association as American Heart Month. In thought and spirit, it declares a time of pure and generous succor. Elucidating comfort to those who may have good satisfying … Continue reading Love Hurts?
One of the most pleasing elements of this new year, is how much I have already accomplished. By the third day of this month, I was almost through January’s calendar. I’ve completed many tasks while still having several opportunities for lazy leisure, which includes already, the completion of reading two books. I am grateful to … Continue reading The Gifts of Imperative Rest
I’ve competed all the decorations for the Christmas season. Cookie plates for my neighbors have been chosen and recipes are abundant. Currently, I am making apple butter for one of my kind neighbors who brought over Fisherman’s Stew a few weeks ago. It was extremely delicious and came at the most appropriate day and time, … Continue reading Simple Gifts
I am always fascinated by the theories of autonomy and relatedness as basic social needs and cultural paradigms. Definitions differ, but both quite significant for understanding chosen paths. A recent conversational antecedent grounded in cultural representation, paved the way for me to briefly touch on why my daily gratitude is occasionally led by my personal … Continue reading My Way Home
“For behold, I create new heavens and a new earth; And the former things will not be remembered or come to mind.” Isaiah 65:17 For me, becoming aware of the constant flow of a budding friendship is exhilarating as it is confusing. Endearing, careful, yet bold representations occur, as I simply just move through as … Continue reading A Budding Friendship? Perhaps!
The 21st of August, 2019 A brief conversation with my daughter this week shed light on some of the health issues my ex-husband is currently facing. Actually, she left me a message on what had transpired and I called her right back. Normally, if I am in the middle of work, I usually text her … Continue reading God’s Ideal Relationships