Recently I was invited to participate in a conversation at Red Tent Living. Together many of us explored what happens when we ask, what if? Life gets interesting when good questions get asked.
In January I assigned myself a word for the year 2017. Ironically my word was “curious”. I was honored to share what surprised and challenged me so far in 2017. A world of new possibility opened up when I become curious. Maybe you need a little curiosity in your life too?
You can read my article Curious to Wonder by clicking here.
Stay tuned, next week we will begin the new series, How to Keep Showing Up! I’m eager to share with you some of the most freeing experiences I learned during a very long and difficult season in my recent past. I’m really excited to introduce you to some friends who are ready to share their stories with you as well. You won’t want to miss what they have to say! It will be a great Fall season together!
Fourth grade gym class. Dodgeball. You remember that feeling.
The gym teacher picks two kids in your class to be Dodgeball captains. Each kid takes a turn picking team members. You sat fidgeting on the floor. You had to be picked in the first 1/2 of the class. Anything below that meant no one thought you were very good at Dodge Ball or maybe even a liability. If it came down to the last 4 kids and you were one of them? Well, now you were exposed. The look on your face was obvious. No one had confidence in your Dodge Ball skills. -Continue Reading
Somehow I’ve managed to keep this plant alive. Probably because it’s one of those that it’s best not to water. Every once in a blue moon I look at it and remember that I forgot to water it. It somehow doesn’t mind. I give it a little water and the plant is no worse for the wear. It’s a perfect arrangement for me. -Continue Reading
Three very simple words that possess the power to literally change everything.
We’ve heard them so may times we don’t always realize their full implication.
If we don’t hear them, it has a profoundly negative impact on our life.
If we don’t say them, it has a profoundly negative impact on our life.
Then you know what it’s like when flowers bloom, grass grows and tree pollen flies through the air! You inhale something mysterious and invisible and suddenly you find yourself sneezing, nose oozing and eye’s stinging.
My husband and son have seasonal allergies. Certain seasons are miserable for them. Other times of the year they aren’t impacted. Different allergens create different responses when they inhale.
My friend recently told me when her husband was in high school a teacher said something negative that embedded deeply inside him.
For years he’s been trying diligently to unhinge himself from the affect. Other negative words have come and gone in his life, but for some reason these were ones that created a histamine type reaction in his soul. -Continue Reading