Lately I’ve noticed we can learn about life in nearly everything we do. This weekend I found some life lessons I’ve learned from playing the game solitaire. Continue reading “Solitaire”
I learned a little God lesson this morning, as I was rushing out the door to church. Literally it was as I was going out the door. Continue reading “Falling Forward”
This week’s been tough for writing. All the usual suspects raised their ugly little heads. The excuses: emergencies, distractions, fatigue, pain, stress (real and imagined), etc. left me with blank pages. Even my prompts didn’t inspire me. Then a few nights ago I saw this prompt “Own It!” Continue reading “Own It!”
It all started with touch. Yesterday, it was cool enough to wear my new gloves driving this morning. Soft and fleecy inside, the gloves slid over my fingers. Ah so nice. My hands warm and cozy gripped the steering wheel on the drive to work.
I tried to start a post on Wednesday and ran head-first into writers’ block. Nothing would gel at lunch on Thursday. Really Milly! Then, yesterday was one typically wild day for me in my realm. I knew it was going to be.
Milly and team left summer behind heading into cooler weather and glorious God kissed color. Well…not so much color.
I began my journey into play last Sunday; it was really a trip into my perceptions this week. My take away is: Perceptions have influence. Perception is not reality. Bear with me; these are some of my lessons over the past week…
To Me, words mean something. This morning I noticed my decor. I have the day off from work today. I found myself slowing down and looking at my style while my coffee brewed. My style developed organically. I just put together stuff I liked over the years. Call it eclectic collector. I noticed a lot of words. There are always a ton of books in our house. All of us are readers. But there are other touches. Continue reading “WORDS”
A dear friend recently posted a video about the differences between the Dead Sea and the Sea of Galilee. I found the video encouraging. The point of the video is the Sea of Galilee is teeming with life because it takes and gives the water it receives from the Jordan River. By contrast the Dead Sea only takes water from the Jordan River and there is no life in the Dead Sea. I love the message of give and take in life. It is a reminder to work hard to achieve this balance in our modern life. However, I had a niggling feeling there was more to this story. Continue reading “My Dead Sea Perspective”