Mental Health – It’s real. It’s hurting.

Friday morning are beautiful though they may often be filled with work I can never fully get through. I'm often alone, in a coffee shop, over hearing conversations as I work. My world of constant movement comes to a slow pace as I enjoy the couple hours I have. This morning was different. Back at …

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Our Fear Can Be the Greatest Teacher

Fear. It drives us. It provokes a reaction. It calls immediate attention to itself. It influences not only those impacted by it but those around them. I've been pondering this the past several months (maybe a year or more, I don't know). I've watched (and am watching) it unfold in my world around me... It …

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Not for the Faint of Heart

Life on a homestead is not for the faint of heart. It requires lots of work, modification of daily routines, diligent maintenance, and endless list of chores/things that must be done each day. But as I sat here this morning, watching the homestead wake up and signs of spring everywhere the eye could see, I …

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Shame…A Powerful Tool

Making pancakes this morning and this song from Toby Mac brought forth thoughts and feelings I've been holding onto for quite some time... So speak life, speak lifeTo the deadest darkest nightSpeak life, speak lifeWhen the sun won't shine and you don't know whyLook into the eyes of the broken heartedWatch them come alive as …

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