Sometimes, I am so fucking exhausted. Just want to lie down, pull the covers over my head, and sleep Rip Van Winkle style, exhausted. I have been doing some work on becoming “wise” (did you know there’s a course for that??) Part of the work towards self-actualization and wisdom includes knowing where and who I […]Read more "Rip Van Winkle my ass."
I have written about anger. TWICE! I have written about love. More than that!! How about a little fear. Oh snap, I did fear already, too! Apparently, I’m a slow learner. I got pissed last night, and that has stayed with me through today. I do not like being pissed, no matter how “righteous” my […]Read more "Anger, Love, Fear. Mostly Fear."
I have some new readers, and this has made me a bit reluctant to write. I cannot write bullshit, but when I feel as though my thoughts, words, choices and actions are being scrutinized in a negative manner, I have a difficult time writing my soul. Enough of that. This holiday season has been full […]Read more "Low Hanging Fruit"
In 2019, I learned: I need to be loving, teaching, and serving a population that would otherwise be unable to obtain someone with my particular education and skill set. Alcohol does not serve me, nor does it help me reach any long term goals. Excessive processed food and animal products do not serve me, nor […]Read more "2019: A year in Review"
There is a Japanese proverb, “Nana korobi, ya oki” which means “Fall down seven times, stand up eight.” It means choosing to never give up hope, and to always strive for more. It means that your focus isn’t on the reality in front of you, but on a greater vision that may not be reality […]Read more "Fall down seven, rise up eight."
From the time my children were little, we would play a family game, which we called, “Ask me questions.” The kids’ father would always ask factual trivia questions with a definite and factual answer, while I would lean more towards the hypothetical and life choice questions. This is an amazing way to get to know […]Read more "Ask me questions"
I left the Mormon church about 15 years ago. As a result, I lost most of my friends and community. There were/are two women who love me regardless of my religious views, and several men and women who keep me on the radar as a “fellowship” opportunity with hopes of bringing me back to the […]Read more "Quid Pro Quo"