If you’ve been online at all recently, you’ve probably seen the term ‘mindset’. It’s everywhere! It’s become a buzz word for 2017. If you search (affiliate link included for your convenience) Amazon in All Departments for ‘mindset’, there are 16,901 results. Searching the term in (affiliate link included for your convenience) Amazon in Books returns 6,781 results – these numbers increased by 175 and 4 respectively since yesterday! And a Google search returns 84,500,000 results.
I have been blessed with a beautiful life.
In less than a week, I will celebrate 34 years of marriage with my best friend Greg – a man who chose me and believed in me. He has laughed with me, cried with me, and fought with me, but most importantly, he has grown with me.
I fell the last time we went camping.
I don’t know how it happened. I was stepping out of the camper, and then I was going down, hard. My left foot hit the ground, my ankle rolled outward with the impact. My back hit the camper step knocking the breath out of me, and my butt hit the ground. I couldn’t move or breathe. The pain was that bad.
My husband Greg quickly jumped up to help. He got me off the ground and into a chair and put ice on my quickly swelling ankle. In shock, I sat and cried. [Read more…]
“On the road again,
I just can’t wait to get on the road again!”
Trip planning always includes music about traveling. And while country music singer Willie Nelson might have won a Grammy Award for On the Road Again, when I think of the song, it’s always my dad who’s singing.
I was extremely blessed to have had a father with strong family values and a love for adventure and travel. (I’m pretty sure my mom did most of the trip planning.) In their retirement years, my mom and dad crisscrossed the country in a class-A motorhome. I can still close my eyes and see my dad at the wheel of his big rig singing ‘On the road again’ at the top of his lungs. To be honest, I’m not sure if it’s a real memory or one I’ve made up, but anyone who knew my dad will tell you they can see it too! [Read more…]