Faith

•March 9, 2010 • 3 Comments

F A I T H

I am on a faith walk these days. A sort of Helen Keller

existence on one hand, praying for the faith of a child

on the other. My head and my heart take up different

residences and I am challenged to quit fighting so hard

to make sense of an imperfect world…with imperfect

people…with frail and broken hearts…struggling to

understand and be understood. This is the audience

of life, with me, a member.

‘To hear with my heart

To see with my soul

To be guided by a hand I cannot hold

To trust in a way that I cannot see

That’s what faith must be.”

-Michael Card


Bubbles

•March 3, 2010 • 3 Comments

B U B B L E S

This blog is a bubble bath for my soul.

It allows me to let go, relax and enjoy

in the silence and solitude of my thoughts

and creativity.

And for those who challenged and

encouraged me to do this, I have

an abundance of gratitude.

Contain

•March 1, 2010 • 2 Comments

C O N T A I N

According to the Webster’s New World Student’s

Dictionary, the defintion of contain is:

v. (verb: action: Spanx) 1. to have in it; enclose or include

2. to be able to hold; be equal to  3. to hold back; control

or restrain.

I learned from Oprah to release the fullness of myself.

enter Spanx.

Women Want More , by Michael J. Silversein

and Kate Sayre, states that women in the U.S.

have the greatest influence over purchase and consumption-more

than 72% of total spending is controlled by women. This makes

Spanx every woman’s new best friend and the #1 container.

Bod-a-Bing!

P.S. Introducing Spanx for Men, a product of equal opportunity.

Passion

•February 24, 2010 • 1 Comment

P A S S I O N

“Let yourself be silently drawn

by the strong pull of what you really love,

it will not lead you astray.”

-Rumi

GROW A BOYFRIEND

•February 20, 2010 • 1 Comment

B O Y F R I E N D

GROW A BOYFRIEND

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE;
1.)  Place boyfriend in room temperature water.

2.)  Your boyfriend will begin to grow within two hours

and reach full  growth within 72 hours.

3.)  He will slowly shrink to smaller size when removed

from water.

4.) Your boyfriend can be grown over and over again.

5.) No communication necessary.

Fairytales do come true.

-(Ganz) : Non-Toxic

Contains Small Body Parts.

Strength

•February 18, 2010 • Leave a Comment

S T R E N G T H

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“You are as young as your faith, as old as your doubt;

as young as your self confidence, as old as your fear;

as young as your hope, as old as your despair.”

-Douglas MacArthur

Sometimes You Can’t See What’s In Front Of You

•February 16, 2010 • 1 Comment

Enough said.

Love

•February 13, 2010 • Leave a Comment

L O V E

“It is without question our duty

to honor the LOVE  of

E V E R Y   H U M A N   H E A R T

as we would our own.”

-Curly Girl Designs


Change

•February 12, 2010 • 3 Comments

T I M E

“Change is to our lives as water is to our

bodies. Without it we dry up. It is the source.

Change wakes us up: change keeps us from

falling asleep during the best bits of our lives.”

M.A. Radmacher

Why do we look forward to change at certain

times and yet have such resistance to it at other

times?

I learned a lot about resistance after having read

The War Of Art , by Steven Pressfield.

“Resistance, he says, “feeds on fear. But what are we afraid of?

Fear of failure. Fear of launching into the void. Fear that we

can become the person we sense in our hearts we truly are.

We fear that we actually possess the talent that our still,

small voice tells us. That we actually have the guts,

the perserverance, the capacity.”

There is a paperweight on my desk, a daily mantra,

it reads:

“Most things are difficult before they are easy.”

Change is one of those things.

I try to do one thing every day that scares me,

pushes me outside my comfort zone.

C     H     A     N     G     E.

As long as I show up every day to do my part..

I know that God will be right on time.


Vision

•February 11, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Vision

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We do not become what we want, we become what we believe.

Our core beliefs were shaped in our formative years. Depending

on how much power we gave those beliefs, a fortress was built on

and around them and led to our subsequent choices. The judgements

we placed on ourselves either pushed us forward or pulled us back.

Chris Orwig said that “The key is to begin to define what filters

we carry in our bag. Do we have hope, happiness, beauty, power,

irony, dignity, distress, compassion, humanity, or something else?

Once you define your filters you will again

discover that vision isn’t the result of what’s in front of our lens.

It’s what’s inside us that counts.”

He was talking about photography, I’m talking about life.