Tag Archives: self love


Have you ever seen a toddler pat his mama’s belly like a drum?  What did you think?  What was her reaction?  Was anyone else around, and, if so, what did they do? Why do I ask?  Well, I’ll tell you, … Continue reading

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Dear Doubt

Dear Doubt, I’m not sure where to start with you, exactly.  I’ve been trying to figure out if you deserve to know my rationale or something.  But I think a clear and direct route might be the best. You’re being … Continue reading

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To Start Again, Start Somewhere

My last post was almost three months ago.  The day after I wrote and posted it, we got those long awaited orders and all the coiled energy from waiting was released!  We sprung into action and the kids and I … Continue reading

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The Tough Stuff

“We must learn to talk about the most difficult things, easily.” ― Srividya Srinivasan I was looking for a quote the other day and stumbled across this one.  I absolutely love it!  I don’t know what, specifically Ms. Srinivasan was … Continue reading

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Finding the Quiet

The world is loud right now.  There’s fear and concern and change and worry.  There are people whining, people complaining, people protesting, people fighting.  There’s noise in our ears, in our eyes, at our finger tips.  Music, shouting, colors, signs, … Continue reading

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Googled it.  I do a lot of research that way.  So, I googled the word stress and the first page of results talked all about reducing and relieving stress.  The first non-ad post included the words “harmful effects” in its … Continue reading

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Naked In Front of Myself

I’m fairly confident these days.  It’s something I’m cautiously proud of.  I’ve worked hard to not only like who I am, inside and out, but to respond with a confident-yet-humble “thank you” to compliments.  I don’t want to get too … Continue reading

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