Tag: #love

Is your father a superhero?

Is your father a superhero?
Recently with the polar vortex temperatures in Chicago, many people said that their car would not start. I was lucky because mine was fine, but it got me thinking about my father. He died almost 19 years ago, but before his death, I knew that I could always count on him to help me. I... Read more »

Meet Elias: “We are all born with intuitive abilities”

Meet Elias: “We are all born with intuitive abilities”
I would like to introduce you to Elias Patras. He leads motivational intuitive workshops, weekend retreats, and classes at Sauk Valley Community College and much more. I met him first when I attended the Manifesting Your Destiny Retreat in August of 2018, which was life changing to me. He has an upcoming retreat called Aspects of... Read more »

A choice to BE? An interview for 2019

A choice to BE? An interview for 2019
Each year, people make New Year’s Resolutions. Sometimes they succeed, but often they fail. Since a resolution is a firm decision to do or not to do something, I say no more resolutions. Instead of doing or not doing something, I choose to BE something in 2019. I believe that we each can choose what... Read more »
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What do you focus on?

What do you focus on?
This is a busy time of year for everyone with the holidays approaching as well as the end of another year, but it is also the time for setting goals and making resolutions. How do I decide what they are? What do I focus on in this busy holiday season? I don’t think there are... Read more »

Winter weather brings people together

Winter weather brings people together
Tonight’s Blogapalooz-Hour challenge was to say which is better- Thanksgiving versus Christmas? For this challenge I thought of writing about the positive parts of both holidays, but as I started to create the lists, there were many of the same reasons on both. I decided that the best part about the time from Thanksgiving through Christmas... Read more »

An interview: With Myself About Heaven

An interview: With Myself About Heaven
I recently read Mitch Albom’s new book The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, and have been thinking about it ever since. Instead of simply writing about the book or writing a review of it, I decided to go deeper and interview myself. This was more difficult than I thought it would be. I hope... Read more »
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Review: God Friended Me- TV Show

Review: God Friended Me- TV Show
Last week, I wrote on social media that my new favorite show is God Friended Me. Many people responded that they too like it and then People Magazine chose it as a top pick. It is on Sunday, so check it out after reading my review of it. Plot of the TV show God Friended Me:... Read more »

“Dan and I went on a date at the carnival”

“Dan and I went on a date at the carnival”
The following chapter came from an actual experience of a first date I went on when I was younger. I love to use real life experiences that I have had or that I heard about, but then add a big dose of imagination to change details and to make it meaningful. I think often those... Read more »

I can’t be there for my loved ones if I don’t take care of myself!

I can’t be there for my loved ones if I don’t take care of myself!
According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 250,000 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. Although there are fundraisers and walks to raise money throughout the entire year, The American Cancer Society strives to raise awareness by promoting National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. Even Snapchat has a filter for it (see my... Read more »
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Everything Changes

Everything Changes
I watched the movie Eighth Grade today, and although there are so many topics I could write about after watching it, the one thought that keeps going through my mind is how life changes. The main character, Elsie, records a video to herself at the start of middle school and watches it at the end of... Read more »