Tag Archives: purpose

First

The first day of anything new involves a bit of thought, emotion and an action. Think back to firsts you recall. First day of school. What details do you remember? What the weather was like? Who you spoke to first? … Continue reading

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Ready, Set, Go

Race Day Almost a year ago I experienced the satisfaction of a race run and so much more. Yesterday my 17 year old son’s first race with me, a 5k Color Run. Today, spectating the last day of the Tour … Continue reading

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A mothers CV

A Mother’s Curriculum Vitae The word “curriculum vitae” sounds lovely, brilliant and successful. I work from home to influence the next generation to impact the world.  Bed: Rise earlier than them. Chair: Be quiet, alone and relish. House: Pick up so … Continue reading

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How Do You Write a Book?

David, skipped out of work one day and ended up in a heap of mess. So I have 25 days before my next semester of grad school starts. I have heard many times, “you should write a book”. Problem is, … Continue reading

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Motions

I hear You say, “come to Me”. Almost tears- ok they are welling. I rise up out of bed easily at 6:21 am. No particular place to go or task to get done. My husband has left for work long … Continue reading

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