Mom Motivation & Empowerment, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

Our Gifts Are Not Our Own

Tammy was listening in pure amazement of hearing her daughter singing a gospel song doing riffs. She knew she was singing with all of her heart in praise. She had a flashback of herself singing as a teen in church holding the microphone pouring out her gift of song, but she walked away years ago… Continue reading Our Gifts Are Not Our Own

Mom Motivation & Empowerment, Women and Moms Who Inspire

 We’re In It Together: Motherhood and Sickle Cell with Crystal Davis 

  Crystal knows the daily struggle of living with sickle cell as a warrior and as a mother.  She and her daughter Kyla both have sickle cell. Crystal manages the duel role of being a caregiver to a child living with the challenges of sickle cell, marriage, and the responsibilities of home while experiencing the… Continue reading  We’re In It Together: Motherhood and Sickle Cell with Crystal Davis 

Journeys In Motherhood, Mom Motivation & Empowerment

The Survival Guide For When Moms Have A Bad Day

  We've all had those days where things simply put us in a big funk. It reminds me of the author Judith Viorst's children's book Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. For some reason our hair didn't come out right despite our prep efforts. The children seem to be on level… Continue reading The Survival Guide For When Moms Have A Bad Day

Being Authentic, Embracing Joy

Making The Decision To Be Happy

  The decision to be happy and have the peace of joy is up to us. Many times we place the responsibility on others to do it for us. We soon become hurt and disappointed when things don't go as expected. It is unfair to give that responsibility to others, and we also set ourselves… Continue reading Making The Decision To Be Happy

Being Authentic, Mom Motivation & Empowerment, Uncategorized, Women and Moms Who Inspire

Passion To Pen: Exploring Your Creative Gifts With Author Rhontina Lynn Burroughs  

  Rhontina "Lynn" Burroughs takes her passions in thought transcending them to words that leap in emotion from her books. I was happy to have a sit down chat with her in discussing the importance of tapping into your creative genius." Lynn" is more low key in person, but when she speaks of her joy in writing… Continue reading Passion To Pen: Exploring Your Creative Gifts With Author Rhontina Lynn Burroughs  

Family Matters, The Little Things That Count

Minnie and Mini :A Grandmother’s Love 

I learned about Grandparent's Day a few years back through a presentation at a church we were visiting. It's one of those holidays that kind of gets swept under the rug from the usual commercialism of American holidays for some reason. I've always been extremely close to my grandmother, and the care of her love… Continue reading Minnie and Mini :A Grandmother’s Love 

Being Authentic, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

“Hello Past” ! I See You And I’m No Longer Scared 

   Face crack of the century can't describe the feeling when seeing old remnants from our past showing up in random places of our new beginnings. At the time it seemed like everything was going fine, we got comfortable in our new "now", and we thought we buried all those things that made up our… Continue reading “Hello Past” ! I See You And I’m No Longer Scared