Trophies

Trophies of this world verses the only trophy worth chasing: The Cross.

NOWHERE TO GO, YET SOMEPLACE TO BE

Over the past four years I’ve had a constant pull to “go toward my mountain.” I have a hard time explaining it. I’ve mentioned this mystic concept in previous posts, yet haven’t dove deeply via my writing. I have a few theories about this “pull” and what it means, yet cannot be certain what “my…

Quarantine: A Performer’s Nightmare

I’ve seen such a vast difference in perspectives regarding the isolation we’re experiencing. Some are “going out of their minds,” while others are finding peace. I guess extroverts would find these times incredibly challenging, where us introverts don’t mind as much. I was reflecting over the past few weeks and realize I’ve been home most…

Glimmers of Light

A poem about faith. About life’s journey of finding significance, worth and true love.

A Green Hue

I’m driving down the highway. The sky is clear and the sun is shining. Only a slight chill was noticeable this morning. The past few days were overcast with wind and rain. All I can seemingly do is to reflect on the laundry list of tasks that need my attention today, not to mention tomorrow’s…

Overcommitted

Several years ago I was anxiety-ridden to an extreme. I was at one point even medicated for my anxiousness, especially pertaining to situational OCD. I would literally fear things like health issues so frequently that I’d manifest symptoms, which worsened over time. I eventually got off medication once my mind could recognize and rationalize my…

Backwards Growth

Why do we go from success to failure so quickly? Why are some days so much easier than others to accomplish the same thing? Perhaps a perspective of learning through hardship could help us still find JOY in the hard times… Here are a couple recent examples that helped me learn this very fact! We have a choice on the lens we see life through!

Show up READY!

We need to train for our relationships, like we do for so many other things in life! Training for the Tough Mudder got me thinking about training for romance!