Today I was reminded that I hadn't posted in a while. I remember thinking, "someone really keeps track of that"? 🤷🏾♀️ Then I questioned why I hadn't posted lately. Well, honestly, I hadn't even thought about it. I recalled at the beginning of the year I said that anytime I do not operate in my … Continue reading The Mother of Masterpieces
Last night, my daughter and I were snuggled in bed (yes, she was in my bed🤷🏾♀️) reading the Bible. The room was dark and there was only the light from the Bible App lighting our faces. She glanced over at me and said "Mommy, you are beautiful. You are beautiful with make-up and beautiful without … Continue reading How Do We Change The World?
There's no manual when it comes to parenting. I believe most of us do the best we know to do based off life experiences coupled with what we've learned. However, I must admit that somewhere along the way things have went wrong. Unfortunately, I way to often, hear parents taking up for their kids when … Continue reading Parenting: Where’s The Manual?
Yesterday was my sister's birthday. The last time I was able to sing Happy Birthday to her was 1999. Losing her was the most difficult experience of my life. In an instant, our lives were changed forever. I went through some dark moments. Though I was hurt from the depth of my soul, God still … Continue reading Life Lessons….
https://youtu.be/80s7evMjReI This weekend was as busy as every other weekend but I had a few hours of uninterrupted time. It was during that time that I came across this song. Immediately, tears started to fill my eyes as I heard Esthero heartfelt voice: "I am a black mermaid, from the bottom of the sea. I … Continue reading I Am Beautifully Made
For years I coached my son's basketball team but recently transitioned to the sideline to focus on just being Mama & Team Mom. I thought I was ready yet I am finding the change...the transition much more difficult than I thought. My track record was pretty good as a coach so watching & having no … Continue reading Every Moment Matters: A Reflection on 2 Minutes
Two days ago I watched my friend lay her husband to rest. At our age, mid 40s, who's prepared to bury their husband? No one! When tragedy strikes it is a reminder that life is precious and that we cannot take one moment for granted. When tragedy strikes and takes out one of the kindest, … Continue reading A Life Well Lived