I cannot stay for you are my suffering and my body yearns for the light. So I give thanks for your expired guidance. Say goodbye my love, to this distorted reflection. And I move on with the graceful speed of a hummingbird. Gone before you take my hand, jailing me here forever.
I tripped backwards And as the falling fear took hold Your arms caught me Your voice reminded me Falling can be what saves you As long as you don’t let the ground stop you.
When flying, I prefer the window seat rather than an aisle seat. The first time I flew on a plane I was 18. Eighteen years old and I probably weighed about 230 pounds. I was uncomfortable with the amount of space I took up, so I liked ensuring I had a little more room and … Continue reading Mental Reflection
I recently hit a milestone age...40. Or as my dad likes to say, I have begun my 41st year. If all goes well, I could easily have another 40 years of my life to live. I've been spending a lot of time thinking about who I want to be over those next 40 years. I … Continue reading Time to Grow Up
Seemingly random inspiration drives many of the moves I make in my life. I haven't felt like writing a blog post for several weeks. Usually something inspires me, but lately, I've struggled to find it. Today though, someone inspired me. She is a person that quit her full-time job a few years ago to become … Continue reading Inspire the Boat to Float
My friend, Lindsay, recommended a TedTalk to me recently, Amy Morin's Becoming Mentally Strong. Lindsay is someone that truly believes she can make a difference in the world. She takes steps to change people's lives every day. She doesn't allow herself excuses, and she inspires others to do the same. So of course, if she tells … Continue reading Life Isn’t Fair. So?