This holiday season, it was very important for me to find outlets to give back. Personally, I wanted to make a connection with people and to volunteer in some way that gave them cause to feel a little extra holiday cheer. This year my focus was senior citizens, for a few reasons.
So, I'm lactose intolerant. It's something that has been a part of my life even before I could properly identify it. It didn't seem like too big of a deal. . . What I did not realize was that this lactose intolerance I had was getting worse with age.
I'm fairly new to being a podcast enjoyer. Before recently, I never really listened to any. I certainly never imagined I'd be following several, and looking for more to add to my rotation. So, since I'm really digging the medium, I'll be sharing my "Podcast Picks" monthly.
I try to use Tuesdays to take stock of my week and get done as much as I can before the end of the week scramble. With a busy day ahead in mind -some shopping, a business meeting and some time with my boys - here is the outfit I created for today.
As someone who has been there, I know what an important message hope is. I don't just mean hope that you can have another child OR that you will get "back to normal". Read this short post for a real message of HOPE.
Let this week's word be a reminder that while a particular HARVEST goal is great to have, hard work, attention, and patience are just as much a part of any reaping as the bounty itself.
With me being so busy lately, last weekend was the best time I could think of to go to the pumpkin patch. I'd spent a few days shopping around for outfits for the whole family in hopes that we'd get a great family photo with us all together in front of a backdrop of pumpkins. Of course, that did not happen. The reason it didn't, though, turned out to be a great mental snapshot.
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