Well… that was fun! After being called “rude”, “attention seeking”, while attending my own personal “Pity Party”, because I was “bored” with my life and “living in the past”, I have a hard time wanting to post the last part of the series. I do not care about the jaded opinions of a very small … More Mistakes I Made In My First Marriage- Part Three
Mistakes I Made in My 1st Marriage- Part Two I try to ignore the ups and downs of posting a blog. I try to be like a quarterback with a short memory, who forgets both the success and the failures. It is difficult to guess whether something will be a hit or not, and … More Mistakes I Made in My 1st Marriage- Part Two
Why would I open up and talk about my failed marriage? Because, not one person has ever helped another person by staying bottled up, secluded, or lying about their past. … More Mistakes I Made in My 1st Marriage- Part One
Stranger Danger Let us take another journey down the ever-interesting topic of, what we can learn from our children! Oh yes, it is interesting and enlightening. For those of you that do not have kids, it is just as important to remember the lessons we learned as a child, because it is the adults (parent … More 10 Lessons We Can Learn from Our Children. PART 6: Stranger Danger
Those moments in life, full of unexpected joy, are the rarest of moments within the reel of our life’s movie. We feel happiness and excitement often, but joy is deeper and greater than anything felt often. Rareness holds the most value in gems and jewels. Rareness also holds the most value in feelings. Pure joy is rare and precious. … More Generosity of Love
Initiating Rant… in 3…2….1… GO! I do not want to throw a blanket statement out into the universe, such as; “Millennials are awful little human beings.” Oops, I just did. I really don’t mean it… well, yeah… I really do. I am serious, there are very few “adults” (used loosely) under the age of 25 … More Parents of Millennials: Please Tell Us How You Screwed Up!
I read a great blog post about a horrible thing, an abused woman. It was called; “For the Love of Erika Parker”, by Kendall F. Person. It prompted me to tell a story that I had kept between friends for a while now. This friend of mine, who will remain nameless for obvious reasons, told me … More Unexpected Abuse: A Man’s Story
The one subject I write about the most is God, and my faith. Yet, I rarely write about that subject on my blog. I find this strange and even alarming at times. … More Fear of Faith