Change. How can it be that one simple word can cause such fear and unease in people? Change is good, right? I mean, isn’t that what we are told?
I have found myself telling people many times in the last few months that it is OK to be selfish. It’s OK to conserve your energy and do only what is within your power to do during your time of grief.
The Fourth of July was always my favorite holiday as a child. As I think back on past Fourth of July holidays, I can almost feel the warm summer sun on my face, smell the charcoal grills and hear the high school bands marching down the street.
Breathe. Just breathe.
It seems silly to have to remind myself to breathe. After all, isn’t it something I should just do naturally without having to think about it? But still, I find myself saying those words many times a day.
February is a month that hearts and love are all around us. We traditionally think of Valentine’s Day being filled with love and romance when the day is really about the love in our hearts that we have for those around us. This day may be difficult for some to find love and happiness because th
The start of 2017 brings a new perspective on being grateful. Instead of making New Year’s Resolutions, I’m going to work on being GRATEFUL for the people and things in my life that truly matter the most to me. I want to get back to the time when things were simple.
Recently I became aware how sun deprived I really was. Living in Wisconsin you would think I would be used to how quickly the weather changes. A few weeks ago I was outside on a beautiful sunny and warm Saturday puttering around in the yard.
Billy and his grandpa would go on weekend adventures to find different types of hourglasses. They found big ones, little ones, old ones, new ones. But to Billy and his grandpa it was about the time they spent together searching for them.