Another guest blog up on Impactwomennv.com! It's a spin off of a blog I wrote here a while back. Hope you enjoy it and the rest of the writers over at Impact! I live in the south. Tennessee to be specific. And it storms here, if you haven’t heard. And I mean ‘STORMS’ as a … Continue reading Facing the storm
Seriously, that's what is on the 'Welcome' sign leading into my town: 'Summertown, where the living's easy.' Pretty clever, I think. Sorry for the delay in blogs- if you care- but for one, I went to a week long conference in Vegas, which was a blast but time consuming, and two, I've been chewing on … Continue reading Summertown, where the living’s easy
Last night was my monthly women's huddle. I have the great pleasure of leading a small group of Impact Women who are bound and determined to change their life! No small responsibility, I assure you, but I am learning just as much as they are on this path to self discovery and self mastery. And … Continue reading What’s the point?
Yes, it's New Years Day and yes, we're talking GOALS! Goals, those allusive little suckers, who both motivate and discourage us- depending on the day- and who seem to sometimes randomly find themselves achieved or not based on happenstance. NO MORE! This year, 2018, we're going to grab ahold of these goals, we're going to … Continue reading GOALS! Who’s got them?
As I type, my husband is on the phone with a peacock guy... When do you know you have an animal hoarding problem? So we have officially added TWO mule foot hogs to the party here at Shalom farm. Wilbur and Charlotte are their names, of course. They are actually super cute and very friendly. … Continue reading Skunked
The last few days have been hard days. I finally cried. But just for about a minute. I hit a small breaking point, and I'm sure it won't be the last, but it's not a comfortable thing- to break. Sometimes, just when you least expect it, life overwhelms. It all started when I decided to … Continue reading The Thunder Rolls
Don’t you just hate when spiders make you think they can think? I opened the front door the other night, and a huge black spider darted away from the welcome mat as if he was trying to sneak in and he had been caught red handed! He made it to the grass before I could … Continue reading The adventure continues…