words are only words on a piece of paper unless you find a way to put meaning behind them.

Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with deeper meaning. Maya Angelou I wish I could sing.  Or dance.  Gosh, watching So You Think You Can Dance always leaves me wishing I could express myself and inspire others like those dancers can.  Some days I wish I … Continue reading words are only words on a piece of paper unless you find a way to put meaning behind them.

mama, you taught me to do the right things, so now you have to let your baby fly.

The first time I heard this song, Mama's Song by Carrie Underwood, I got the chills.  How does she do it?  How do her songs always find a way of hitting the nail on the head, with respect to my life circumstances?  For all you non-country music fans (or pop-country, whichever you see it as), … Continue reading mama, you taught me to do the right things, so now you have to let your baby fly.

give me a little and i’ll give you all of me.

There are two kinds of people in this world: Givers & Takers.  The definition of these groups is self-explanatory and the characteristics of each are night-and-day.  Takers never give.  Givers never take.  However, it was brought to my attention during a conversation a few days ago that sometimes Givers need to take which is a … Continue reading give me a little and i’ll give you all of me.

will you do something for me, please? just picture your life for me? thirty years from now, forty years from now? what’s it look like?

I ended this morning's post fairly quickly so let me share a few more thought as where my anxiety-ridden mind was/is.  To recap, I've been feeling very much not like myself these past few days and trying to figure out why & how to change that.  Today my optimism was noticeably absent as I mention that … Continue reading will you do something for me, please? just picture your life for me? thirty years from now, forty years from now? what’s it look like?

the quarter life crisis series: remember to breathe

I was honored to be asked by a fellow blogger that I've met through the 20sb group to serve as a guest blogger this week during his vacation.  Thanks so much, Patrick, for this fun opportunity.  Check out his blog! http://www.dmbosstone.com/  Here is what I wrote about, what he calls, The Quarter Life Crisis (aka. … Continue reading the quarter life crisis series: remember to breathe