My voice gave only a silent scream as I slowly opened my eyes. My heart thumped inside my chest like a horse kicking against a stall door, smelling the hay burning around him, causing pure panic, chaos, and fear to race through his blood. I blinked hard as my gaze fell on the walls in… Continue reading “Keep Flowing” – Club Pilates!
Some days are hard ... who's kidding who, there are days, weeks and even months that seem extremely difficult. So, for this blog post I thought I should remind everyone of the Serenity Prayer: God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and… Continue reading A Reminder to All
Tomorrow is filled with the great unknown, the unexpected, and it's our curiosity that drives us forward into each day.
My eyes focused on the letter until the words blurred slightly. I let my gaze slowly trail over to the book on which the letter focused, and tiny goosebumps ran up and down my arms. Lakehouse Déjà Vu is a book to read with a friend, in a class, or with reading group! Why? Because… Continue reading Lakehouse Déjà Vu AHA Moments
If you don't like the direction your going ... Change Coarse! Remember, you are the captain after all.
We Didn’t Know is my new serialized novel coming out soon on Kindle Vella at Amazon. Two best friends find themselves dealing with the loss of the only two people they could call family, and little do they know, they will find hidden family secrets and treasures that will change their lives forever. Let me… Continue reading We Didn’t Know
Take your own path ... it's your unique journey!
Like the branches of a tree, we all grow in different directions, yet our family roots remain as one. Through research to learn more about my family’s roots, we found one of the possible connections quite interesting. My mother found family that had come from Virginia, thought to have traveled through Tennessee, and then later… Continue reading Family Roots
Philanthropy, and being a philanthropist, is about listening to people and trying to understand their core needs so you can find a way to address them.
Through my life, I have worn many hats, almost as if I lived many lives. When I shared this quote, “Praise your runners, encourage your walkers, but a ‘sitter’ will always be a sitter.” I didn’t realize how many comments and questions it would bring up—but it did! After my two terms as board president… Continue reading Runners … Walkers … Sitters