I looked up at the woman in the picture 6 feet above my head, my jaw hung open. My Dad stood next to me in the hallway, "MM, that's you!" I think I let the purse on my arm slip to the floor as I leaned against the railing and strained to get a better … Continue reading Life and Death and the Value Between
This piece is rhythmic. This piece looks insecurity in the eyes. This piece tells you what still goes on in the mind of someone with a toxic mom in their life. Specifically a mom with a Narcissistic Personality Disorder. If you have little ears and little hearts near you for tender teachable moments in their … Continue reading Weeds
This is really just a list of some of my favorites that I don't think get enough credit for as empowering as they are. ...need to be reminded of their own strength. Oceans 8 -- The style alone is enough reason to watch this movie but do it for some power women that even talk … Continue reading Movies for the Girls Who…
When I was young, each New Year my Dad would gather the family around the table and pull out a big binder. He'd pass out worksheets with bubbled sections entitled "Spiritual, Physical, Emotional, Financial and Personal" and so on. He'd help us set goals for ourselves for the next year and give us a week … Continue reading Offbeat New Years Resolutions (for the late starters and offbeat readers)
Why don't young people stay in church? Why don't they respect tradition and the old ways of worship? Why don't they like the old hymns? I did NOT intend to touch on this...like...ever. Especially not here. But here we are. I'm going to present my side of the issue and let you decide how you … Continue reading The Battle of Hymns vs. Modern Music in the Church.