What thoughts deluge your mind in the quiet of night and stillness of morning? For years, my daily routine brought stress and anxiety. I’d stay up late, hoping exhaustion would override the to-do, didn’t-do, should’ve done lists waiting to flood my thoughts as my head hit the pillow. Upon waking, another rush. It wasn’t necessarily… Read More Peace Beyond a Biscuit
Life can be overwhelming. A difficult situation may hit us head-on suddenly, or perhaps we saw it coming and failed to take precautions. We may not realize the stress building up in us, until the day that last straw person pops the top, and we explode like a shaken can of coke; usually in the… Read More Feeling Overwhelmed?
What was your favorite childhood game? Hide and Seek tops my list. Talk about adrenaline rush; hiders frantically scattering as the seeker shouts “one, two, three,… ten; ready or not, here I come!” Stifling nervous giggles with hand over mouth, I’d slip behind a tree, or scurry inside and nestle tight between winter… Read More What Are We Hiding? It’s Time to Seek
As a young girl growing up in north Jersey, opportunity to see the Atlantic Ocean came maybe once a year. It was quite a drive to go “down the shore” as we called it. I have fond memories of those summer vacations; excitement of the first hint of salt air, the caw of seagulls in… Read More “We’re going to drown!”
After coming home from the grocery store last week, I found my shower curtain, rod and all, sprawled across the shower floor. At first glance, it startled me since I knew it wasn’t that way when I left the house. Had an intruder gained access to my home while I was out? Looking around, nothing else appeared… Read More Not Designed To Be A Towel Rack