Resistance Genome

TPOD #7: Your Resistance Genome I read the prompt this morning, and decided I wasn't ready to conquer my resistance genome.  I  set my phone down, rolled over, put the blanket over my head and went back to sleep.  Of course, the prompt was still there three hours later, and being a task oriented person... Continue Reading →

The Crowned Queen

POD #6: Your Royal Highness: There was a time in my life that I thought I was the crowned queen of the world.  It was a fantasy world that many of the members allowed me to fill.  Yes, my world was small, but I believed that it revolved around me.  When I became a mother,... Continue Reading →

Magnetic desires

POD #5: Your Spiritual Magnet As a child, I loved to walk through downtown Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  It was filled with many interesting shops with clothing, trinkets, and art.  Some buildings were one story, with doors propped open inviting us in.  Other were multiple stories, with multiple store and interior entry ways, where we would seldom... Continue Reading →

Fears, Thoughts and Being

POD #4: Consciousness Crumbs - If there were one single thing that came into your consciousness in the last 72 hours which you would take a DustBuster to in order to get it out of your consciousness, your mind or your spirit, what would it be? It's hard to narrow down to a single thing... Continue Reading →

Intended for Good

POD #3: Third Time’s a Wrap A few years back I found myself telling a story of my life, it was for a good cause.  I knew it was a story woven to raise money and that it could tug at the heart-strings of even Scrooge.  It was my story to tell, and could be... Continue Reading →

Help me, Thank You, Wow God!

Prompt of the Day #2 based on Help, Thanks, Wow: The Three Essential Prayers by Anne Lamott.  The task to simply write out a message in one of those 3 veins: 1. Asking for help God knows I have never been one to ask for help.  If I'm honest, the thought of it tears at my... Continue Reading →

I want

A thirty-day writing challenge, I have done it each October for a few years now - focusing on living intentionally, on discipline, on trust. What makes this time different?  My focus is not to convey a thought on a specific topic or delve deeper into my word for the year.  My hope for this next thirty... Continue Reading →

Seed Blower

Seed blower. That was the word that came to me during prayer.  Coupled with a parable in the New Testament. “Listen! A farmer went out to plant some seed. As he scattered it across his field, some of the seed fell on a footpath, and the birds came and ate it. Other seed fell on shallow... Continue Reading →

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