As I sit here watching the snow fall in my chair, I am so grateful. My heart is full. Let me rewind…. It was cold this morning, but I didn’t mind. My husband and I left the house as the sun was coming up, but with the grey skies, it wasn’t exactly picture-perfect. But, hey, […]Read More Glad I did it.
Winter has been rough. It’s been hard to get out on the trails between the ice, mud, and well….life. I had to resort to the road and treadmill much more than I’d like the past few weeks. And it has definitely changed my mood. The second race in the local trail series is tomorrow at […]Read More Not copping out.
Silence. Quiet. Calm. Peace. These are the things that I crave. Admittedly, I am quite the hermit. If you were to leave me to my own devices, I would happily stay away from the busyness of everyday life. I am quite content to stay at home or go for a run by myself. I love […]Read More Silence.
It’s January, so I know that complaining does me no good whatsoever. I have lived in Ohio for almost 40 of my years that I have been on this earth. It’s not going to change. Still, here I am, complaining. I know some of you get the same flavor of winters that we do, so […]Read More Winter in Ohio.
So, do you? Do you embrace the moment? Do any of us, really? When you see something that takes your breath away, do you stop? Do you enjoy that gift? Or do keep moving on to whatever is next? When you talk with someone, do you look them in the eye? Do you really listen, […]Read More Embracing the Moment.
I feel like I’m not qualified to write on this topic. Maybe I’m hoping I’ll take my own advice? Let’s see what happens…. Do you commit yourself easily? Does someone mention an opportunity to you and you simply can’t resist? Are you afraid that if you say no, the opportunity won’t be presented to you […]Read More When to say no.
Some mornings, I get out of bed and feel like I can tackle anything. I can conquer the world. Other mornings, I feel heavy and slow. I feel like just getting the kids out to the school bus is like climbing Mt. Everest. Evenings can be worse. I beat myself up over little things that […]Read More The pendulum swings.