Last week’s blog covered untying, instead of cutting and burning “knots” and “bridges”. This week, lets briefly look at a situation in which we should be quick to burn bridges. Most of us have made choices which did not reflect our best decision-making. Sometimes, the consequences of those decisions have caused deep pain to ourselves, … More Burn Baby Burn
We’ve all either asked, or been asked, “Are we there yet?” The excitement, or sometimes dread – depending upon the destination, can get the best of us. Even as we are yet traveling, we tend to want to rush the journey. We often fail to realize that the journey is the only way by which … More Are We There Yet
In my early teen years I sustained burns on my lower legs and feet. Very bad burns. My grandma used to cook fish on her back porch in an electric skillet. I can still smell, and almost taste that perfectly golden-fried deliciousness as I reflect. One particular time, I’d asked to fry the fish. When the … More I Love My Scars, For They Are Proof Of My Healing
Usually when we experience pain, we immediately begin looking for a way to escape it. A child will hold up a scratched leg or finger for a kiss to make it better. A woman tormented during her “time of the month” will immediately reach for the pain meds, hot water bottle, and anything else to … More NO PAIN, NO GAIN…MAYBE!
People have said that love is not supposed to hurt. I beg to differ. I have come to learn, through experience, that love frequently hurts. In fact, the harder the love, the more hurt and pain are felt. My children entered this world through a process which was filled with both abundant love and excruciating physical pain. … More Love Hurts, and it SHOULD!!!