One of my favorite teachers in High School was Mr. Lynn. He was the tennis coach and he taught Geometry and Chemistry. I loved his grandpa look with the white hair and white beard and mustache. I can still picture exactly how he would lean into the center table of his classroom, half sitting on… Continue reading Decide to try new things
If you’re reading this post and you are someone in my life, meaning someone that knows me more than as a mere acquaintance, this post is not about you. If for some reason it hits close to your heart and you think I am writing it with you in mind, I assure you I’m not.… Continue reading How are you doing in life?
15 minutes into the trail and I was as nervous as hell, half listening to Dakota and half imaging that if I got tossed off this creature there were too many rocks around that would sadly catch my fall. And Jesse sensed my tension. I was hoping Celeste would be up for the horse back… Continue reading Be a good boy, Jesse
I am terribly afraid of heights, to the point that I have a tough time standing close to the rail on the second level of our local mall and looking straight down without feeling a bit of anxiety and flip flops in my stomach. Since becoming a mom I have gained some incredible courage that… Continue reading Perfect love casts out fear
I love this video. Actually it’s more the audio. When I listen to it I place my phone face down and close my eyes so that I can focus fully on the words. Mindshift – a motivational video I first heard this audio from my coach in one of the challenge groups I was doing.… Continue reading Don’t go through life with your breaks on
I went to sleep feeling completely exhausted and unfortunately it hasn’t been an easy night. Somewhere between the 3rd or 5th time being woken up by our crying 3 1/2 year old, I thought of Mother’s Day and of my mom. I did a little Google search and found this: And of course being… Continue reading To all the brave and beautiful mommies – Happy Mother’s Day
We regret to inform you…Those are five difficult words to read and digest, and I’ll be honest, it was a bummer to read those five words when I finally received the long awaited email from the Sociology Honors Program at Cal State Long Beach. A little less than a month ago I had decided, after receiving a few emails reminders from the Sociology… Continue reading We Regret To Inform You