Tourette Syndrome. I haven’t thought about those two words in quite a while. I mean it’s not that they don’t ever cross my mind but they have come to be an occasional reminder instead of the all-consuming fear they were for us 14 years ago. Like many of you our first reaction to those two-words … More Time to tell our story
I’ve struggled with my music and writing for many, many years. I write. I like what I write. A month later, I listen to it and. . .I hate it. This cycle has led me to a place where I’ve stopped writing and sadly, stopped performing. I’m not a good enough musician. I don’t have … More My muse
I read a story today of a woman who died yesterday. She had manned a peace vigil outside of the White House for more than three decades. What sacrifice, patience and commitment she must have held for her cause. At the bottom of the post comments were made to the effect that she was “well-intentioned … More Commit
Acquire a peaceful spirit and thousands around you will be saved. St. Seraphim of Sarov There is something very peaceful about doing a puzzle. . .
Here I am minding my own business eating my Greek yogurt with granola for lunch and I take out my 2016 Daily lives, Miracles and Wisdom of the Saints and Fasting calendar book and I read just as I did the night before (different person different circumstance) “he was buried in the ground up to … More It’s all about the soul
In not so many words this has been my heart lately. I, like a lot of women struggle to be meek and humble. Society tells me to rage against those who would try to take away my rights. To invest in me because no one else is going to do it for me; find myself and … More The Struggle