The Top 6 Things the Intrawebs Taught Me Today About Women In Leadership


I am not interested in the rest of the world realizing that the entire planet actually is run by women who do not have the actual titles or pay to back that up. If men are ever given the honor of carrying life I might change my mind. However, I am interested in many aspects … Continue reading The Top 6 Things the Intrawebs Taught Me Today About Women In Leadership

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How Many Questions She Must Have Had


By this time that night how many times do you think she had counted his fingers and toes? As she held the red chicken legged being do you think she questioned his origin of anything holy? In between her body recovering from excruciating pain do you think she laughed at the absurdity of the situation? … Continue reading How Many Questions She Must Have Had

Courage


Courage Courage is the price which life exacts for granting peace. The soul that knows it not, knows no release From little things; Knows not the livid loneliness of fear Nor mountain heights, where bitter joy you can hear The sound of wings. How can life grant us boon of living, compensate, For dull gray … Continue reading Courage

Most of The Time I’m a Huckleberry


I am normally an abnormally confident, self- aware, self-assured, exceptional woman, most of the time. I'm unusually soft spoken but I can also be loud and crass. I have a speech impediment. I used to hate speaking in public. But you should listen to me , most of the time. I am madly in love … Continue reading Most of The Time I’m a Huckleberry

I was born taller than my Grammy


I was born taller than my Grammy. But my whole life I've looked up to her. Elaine Maxwell was born something like January 26, 1915 in Central Missouri. She's about 97 years old. She did have a gaggle of brothers and sisters. Her father had a reputation of being a mean one. She graduated from … Continue reading I was born taller than my Grammy

“Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away”


Tuesday nights are bible study nights at my house. Right now we're having a discussion of John Elderidge's Waking the Dead. As Sara B says it's slaying me.  Recent situations have caused me to lower my expectations.I had fallen into the trap of just trying not to expect too much so I wouldn't be disappointed. … Continue reading “Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away”