As soon as the loss of a loved one becomes a reality, an influx of people in your life rush to the rescue. They express their condolences and try to make you feel better, and most of the time they really don't know what to say. Which of course is fine, knowing that people care … Continue reading Grief Is A Revolving Door, Not A Stage: Part 1 (Denial)
I am sure you have heard of the famous WaffleHouse restaurant, most recognizable by their yellow signs and welcomingatmosphere. I have a few great memories there, most of which include dining inat 2am during my first year of college with my new friends. Maybe they are toblame for my freshman 15. Although these were fun … Continue reading The Blended Waffle Home
First, I would like to say that reading this post may change your opinion of me, you may look at me different and that's okay. We are all allowed to have different opinions. And if you want to hear more of what I have to say about differing opinions please check out my last blog … Continue reading What We Can All Learn From Hymn 308 “Love One Another”
I'm sure you've all seen this post coming... the one where I wrap up my year. For the past month or so I've been thinking about all of the blessings and trials of this year, as I'm sure we all have. Last year I summed up my year by choosing three words that represented 2017. … Continue reading My 2019 Words (Sort Of Like New Years Resolutions)
As I log on to any social media platform it is inevitable that I read something about politics, religion, or sports. You know, those subjects they always tell you to stay away from in a professional setting, in order to avoid conflict. As I scroll further, and spend more time reading I also come across … Continue reading We Have Different Opinions… So What?
I have been having one of those months, ya know? The ones where everything seems to be going wrong? The ones where you just feel buried deep below the sea of the non-stop flow of life. There have been mental and emotional road blocks, family road blocks, and even times where my faith has not … Continue reading Gratitude Isn’t Just Reserved For November – The Power of Being Grateful
33 farm boys gathered together to create something bigger than they could ever realize. 90 years later, a small town girl from Coolidge Arizona would complete her 6 year journey in the National FFA Organization. She would credit those 33 strangers with changing her life for the better, forever, as they watch from above in … Continue reading Sailing Away From The Sea Of Blue