Spring seems to have finally arrived! Blooming trees and flowers, green grass, singing birds, and warmer temperatures are welcome friends after the many dreary days of winter.
Work, baseball lessons, small group, family time, grocery shopping, connecting with friends, church, meetings, chores, date night, errands – and the list goes on. I hear it said from parents, teens, family members, and probably from my own lips that we, as a society/culture, seem busier than ever.
I’m sure all of you have heard the phrase “audience of one.” Whether it’s in the sports world, workplace, or some other arena, the question to be answered is “Who am I doing this for?” Some people work tirelessly their entire lives for the approval of others, while some are much less concerned what others may think.
he time had finally come. We just couldn’t take it anymore. There on the end table in our living room sat the last of the thank you notes from our wedding. Our wedding was over a year and a half ago, and here still sat half a dozen notes without addresses waiting to be sent.
Have you started to plan for your greatest adventure? Unlike your annual family vacation, this adventure is one that you will go on by yourself.
We all do it, worrying about work, bills, health issues, and family members. Worry and anxiety are a daily occurrence for so many people, even to the point of debilitating anxiety attacks, but why do we worry?
I love the word audacious. It’s one of those words that I want to repeat under my breath a few times after I use it. It’s so satisfying to say. Merriam-Webster defines audacious as being “intrepidly daring,” fearless, bold.
Ok, I admit it. I’m one of the millions of people who watches the adventures of Chip and Joanna Gains, on their show Fixer Upper. I’m not really sure why I like it so much. Maybe it’s the incredible charisma and personality of the Gaines.
Have you ever thought about the intricate design of the human eye? Did you know that the eye is the second most complex organ in our bodies besides the brain? Eye muscles are the most active muscles in the entire body.
There are currently 200 bodies on Mount Everest. These bodies are from failed expeditions to either summit the mountain or descend from its peak. Most bodies of the deceased are left on the mountain; it is their final resting place because it is too dangerous and costly to try and retrieve them for their families.