As I go into a new work week, I am reminding myself of some things I learned last week. In a 5 day workweek, I learned that I need to stop being so sad and reaching the edge of depression over the fact that I spend my days with other people’s kids while I miss … More What My Students Taught Me in 1 Short Week
Feb. 11, 2015 Today has been incredibly emotional and full of tears for me. I’ve had tears from pride all the way to tears from my heart breaking, and I’m closing out this day feeling emotionally drained to say the least. And the Winner Is . . . Let me preface by saying the fact … More A Day of Tears
I ran across this quote a while back, and I saved it because I knew I wanted to somehow use it one day. That one day came just a month or so later when a student wrote about how broken she is, and she wasn’t sure how useful she could be for God. I immediately … More Broken Crayons
We are now at the first full week of the new year, and it seems as though everything is back on schedule in most of our lives. The beginning of the year always brings about the topic of New Year’s Resolutions. Do you make resolutions each year? I’ve never really been one to make a … More My Anti Resolution, Anti Pre-set Goal Making, Anti 30 Day Fast Year
I saw this today and had to post it. It’s perfect for me. You wouldn’t believe the harsh words that have been spoken to me about my fitness goals and successes lately. It was a little more than a year ago that I decided to stop complaining about how I felt about myself and actually get … More Why I Get Fit
I love how life brings ideas for posts! Recently I was praying for my son and for him to be able to understand the leadership power he was given. Leadership power. That phrase seemed as if it jumped right off the page for me. It doesn’t matter your age, ethnicity, gender, family, or decisions you … More What Powers Do You Hold?