Recently, I've had to search deep into some areas of my life that I had been overlooking. They were the thoughts I commonly have yet I act as if they're not a problem. August can be a tough month for me. My sister, her best friend and friend's mom were killed in August. My grandfather … Continue reading Legacy of Faith: I Am Fighting For Mine 🥊🥊
Today, I had a conversation about adult expectations when interacting with children. The person shared that sometimes family doesn't share the same beliefs (which is true) and may even talk negatively about us for putting our foot down when it comes to our kids. My belief is for the sake of our children and their … Continue reading Kids, Family & Expectations
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?
Coming off of a turbulent weekend, I found myself in deep thought multiple times today. I had to pull myself from this deep sadness and I didn't know why. I wondered if Saturday's event had stirred up old emotions but it hadn't. After I wrote my blog yesterday, I was okay because I shared my … Continue reading God’s Plans
This week started pretty rocky. I received tough news, coached people and prayed through some tough moments and it's only Tuesday. My heart is heavy and I feel a little overwhelmed yet all is still well. I had to remind myself, life is short, make the most of it. Then I changed it and said, … Continue reading Life…
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