I’d Do Anything For ME!

I’d do anything for me, but I used to didn’t. (Read that again) I used to put everyone else’s needs before mine. Really, I used to. But, I don’t anymore. Why did I stop? Well, I am glad you asked. And really, the answer is very simple. I love myself enough to know that I…

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Tending To My Front Yard

Here’s my foregone conclusion: I. Want. To. Mind. My. Own. Business. I can’t handle minding other peoples business. It’s to much. I have worked so hard and fought so hard for my curb appeal and green grass. I want to move to my backyard, but someone came in and trampled my lawn, so… back to…

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I Am Good Soil

For the first time in over 10 years, I am in love with myself and I am walking in my purpose. I’m out of a stretch of low self esteem and heartbreaks. I wanted to wallow in my misfortune, But God kept giving me more things and more people to nurture and love. I watched…

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Puppet Master

In my 37th year of life I have learned that God is am amazing puppet master. As I sit here and start to write this post, I envision all areas of my life being held up by these thin translucent strings moving according to my obedience or lack thereof. I am imaginging that the elasticity…

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Somebody’s Watching Me

I have spent hours trying to tie all of my thoughts together . . . somebody is always watching me (and you too). Scenario on how this post came about: I was in a common workspace listening to two people talk about one persons promotion. I will change their names to protect them, lol! So,…

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Couch Beach

There is a stigma around counseling, psychologist and psychiatrists. People are ashamed to take care of their mental and behavorial health. I have heard people say that they don’t need anyone. My Truth understands that we were not created to do life alone. Take a figurative journey with me as I interpret a suitable helper…

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Perfect Storm

It was the perfect storm. Everything at work was going well, yet my personal life was a tsunami. Grief and heartbreak were playing ring-around-Layla. In March of 2013, my mom had a massive stroke. We spent months working on her recovery, but God changed her assignment and made her my guardian angel in May of…

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