You will find here stories about those I have inspired and those who have inspired me.
Take time to stop and smell the flowers!
I bought these flowers for my friend, Genna. Every time I see flowers I think of my momma! I have loved flowers as long as I can remember. I grew up in a poor home and we had what we needed but rarely what we wanted. My mom was terminally ill for my teenage years … Continue reading Take time to stop and smell the flowers!
What do you think of when you hear the word bliss? Do you think of a field full of colorful flowers that dance in the breeze? Or do you think of being wrapped in your lover's arms Tangled in the sheets mesmerized by their kiss? Maybe you think of a life with no need for … Continue reading Simply Bliss
Snuggling with Marty the Moose and crocheting a blanket for my son!
The Best Gift I’ve Ever Recieved
It is extremely hard to decide what could be the best gift I've ever received. I must say that it would have to be the gift of being a mother. See, I was told by doctors at 19 that I would never bare children due to having such severe endometriosis and cysts on my ovaries … Continue reading The Best Gift I’ve Ever Recieved
What kind of music makes you calm?
I love music with all my heart! It helps me in so many ways. Sometimes I need it to calm me down or distract me. Other times it helps me to cry. I love so many different genres. I love to sing and dance. I'm curious to see what others listen to though and what … Continue reading What kind of music makes you calm?
Be Better Then You Were Yesterday!
5 things you can do to stay positive and keep moving forward! Look in the mirror and say enthusiastic affirmations like you believe it!Dress for success. If you feel good, you will do good!Make Goals that are achievable and break them down into small tasks that are easily manageable.Express your feelings in a healthy way. … Continue reading Be Better Then You Were Yesterday!
Never give up!
The Path To Recovery
You may be an addict or alcoholic wondering how to start. You may not even believe you have a problem, despite what family, friends, doctors, ect... If substance use has caused you financial , social, and mental hardships, it is likely that you have an addiction. Addiction is often a coping mechanism to deal with … Continue reading The Path To Recovery