A couple of weeks ago, I attended the wedding of one of my dearest friends, who I've known since college. The ceremony was small and intimate, and the reception was beautiful as well as elegant. We partied on the rooftop overlooking the ocean and even though it had rained most of the day, the sky … Continue reading Let them eat cake!
In my last blog post, Finding love and blueberry bagels, I mentioned how I've been sensing God in everything that I do. And one of the examples that I gave, was the untangling of my necklaces and earrings that tend to wrapped up in one another since I don't have a proper jewelry box to … Continue reading It could all be so simple
It’s Wednesday, the week is almost over, and for that I am thankful. I went to church on Sunday to recharge my batteries so to speak, and to prepare for another week. Monday was actually a pretty good day, then yesterday, for a lack of a better term, crap hit the fan. I won’t bore … Continue reading It’s Never to Late For Now
Today started out just like any other day, me dreading going into work, unsure of what was waiting for me other than drama. As I fought against the negative thoughts that were beginning to consume me, I knew I needed to do something to lift my spirits before all was lost. After I ended … Continue reading Destined for Greatness
Well, it’s Monday and I am fighting the end of the weekend blues. Mondays are always hectic for me because I have to return phone calls and emails from students who ran into problems over the weekend with submitting assignments and what not. So, an hour into my work day, I spoke with a student … Continue reading Shut Up and Listen
Jason could hear their voices, but couldn’t make out what they were saying. Their words all sounded like muffled moans and groans he couldn’t escape as he moved through the crowded room. He tried to avoid eye contact with anyone for fear they would stop to tell him how sorry they were for his loss, … Continue reading Hollywood Can Wait
Journey stood in front of the mirror, running her hands over her yellow sundress. No matter how hard she tried to get the wrinkles out, they kept reappearing. She gave up and began to fidget with her hair. “You look beautiful.” Bruce stood and watched his wife from the doorway as she combed her hair … Continue reading Reorganized Priorities