My mother is resiliency personified. Strength, determination, and the embodiment of “keep moving forward”. She’s known grief I’ve never had to endure; losing her father, stepfather, and mother all by the time she was 32 and then burying her eldest child a few years ago. Through all of her 60+ years, my mom keeps movingContinue reading “Mommy Marcia: A Love Letter on Mother’s Day 2021”
There’s much to be angry about since the November 2016 elections, but I refuse to let fear and disillusionment change who I am.
“I hate mosquitos.” While that declaration is true for many of us, when stated from the mouth of my toddler-age niece it became a lesson on many levels. “We don’t say ‘hate’,” was the adults’ response. “Say ‘don’t like’ instead.” I watched the loving, independent, inquisitive child play and clarity hit me like a buildingContinue reading “Sunday SoulJourn: Love Trumps Hate”
Celebrating love in the midst of senseless hate with this week’s Motivational Monday poem.
We celebrate, cheer, and follow along Romantic tales featuring fictional characters They move us, inspire us, and leave us dreaming Of not only what could be, but what should Fairy tales of glass slippers, Poison apples, or spinning wheels Inspire me because These are young women with kindness in the heart And strength ofContinue reading “Motivational Monday: Loving Characters”