Live a “Get To” Life


I call it God. You may call it law of attraction. But either way, there is no denying how the world moves us to meet people exactly when and where we need to. I walked into a networking function last Friday, knowing very few people. Most times this outgoing gal is invigorated by an experience … Read more

Just Be There


Much like the various stages of grief, loss itself is multi-dimensional. Some loss leaves scars deeper than others, but if I’m being honest, a scar is a scar and most remain with you always. Even if it’s faded, you always know it’s still there. I, like most of you, have experienced my fair share of … Read more

Being Different


Different. What does that mean anyway? Sure, I’m short and most of the world is tall. When the sun kisses my cheeks, they leave freckle marks, and many others are blessed with complexion perfection. I am left-handed, which my oldest seems to always identify now-a-days as different. I like to create and imagine, and sifting … Read more

One Book


Much like beauty, I suppose danger is in the eye of the beholder. Something one sees as fun and invigorating, another may deem terrifying. Take sky diving or rock climbing… parasailing or bungee jumping. Some find excitement and thrill in such activities; others down-right fear even of the thought. And for my worrier of a … Read more

The Rainbow


Being a parent isn’t for the faint of heart. Even though you know your end reward of raising one of God’s treasured creations is invaluable, the phrase “the days are long” is 100 percent accurate. The days ARE long… and filled with diaper blowouts, lack of sleep, ongoing neediness, inability for alone time, and tons … Read more

Do You See God?


My 5-year-old is full of lots of questions, as I’m confident most kids his age are. Some are easy for me to answer. Others, not so much. “Momma, is it a lot far to Mimi’s house or a little far?” A little far, kiddo. Just a blink of an eye and we will be pulling … Read more