While this might be one of the main reasons I started this blog… this blog has become so much more. Really I had to be reminded by Spirit to go back and bring these forth. It does show though that everything you do, each step has a purpose, time and place. The comments and support have been so felt – know this. For whatever reason, at first, I was feeling a bit vulnerable placing all of this online. Wondering if it would resonate with anyone else or, was it just me? So this is the last of the messages I received and some additional thoughts at the end. Thank you for reading. ❤ Continue reading →
First, if you’ve been reading along – I am honored. I’ve haven’t done a Part 1 – before and wasn’t sure how this would go. So thank you! If you are just starting here, I’ll reference the first and second post in this series if you’d like to read/catch up/better understand. As a reminder, the you is, us/we/you. This was also addressing some parenting years where I was a full time mom, had a full time+ career and my children (from my perspective) were being exposed to much, particularly in their pre-teen years. So hold the messages loosely because this is just a sharing of what I received… a perspective. Thanks for reading. ❤
If you are just starting here, please see Part 1. For all others, welcome back and thank you for reading. As just a reminder, read a bit slower and know this is just a perspective. There is a lot of information here that needs to be slowed down and digested but for now I’m just passing along. With channeled messages, they often open windows, doors and hold multiple meanings and… often a healing is also taking place. While some words/messages may seem obvious, trust that the words are going deeper for those who need it. I’m also leaving my now perspective out of this as well. There are so many energies available and my guess is some (who may be new to channeling) might be receiving similar messages and it can bring relief when you find that another is/has also received. Continue reading →
Our children chose us. What an honor. At times though, parenting is… not quite what we thought it might be. At times it requires much from us. Patience, support, forgiveness, trust, discernment, letting go. It’s also easy to get swallowed up in the fast pace world and lose sight of the simple, good and important things in life. Trying to balance work demands, our adult stress and also wanting to be a “perfect” parent that gives and exposes our children to all of the joys in life. We want their life easier and better than ours. I’d bet it already is so no sense in driving yourself crazy. Parenting and parenting styles are also changing like the world that we live in. If you are feeling the whirlwind around you, this writing is for you. Parenting can be simple. Yep. Sometimes we just need to pause and ground ourselves. Our children do wish to see us at our best. Not tired… stressed… grumpy… confused. They wish to see us, present. Like a present. With a smile on our face and an open heart and arms. And it is possible to be this type of parent. Perfection is not needed. Moments, though, are. Continue reading →
Over the weekend, my older son who is still in middle school said the word, illuminati. I just about stopped in my tracks. What? While my son knows me and my beliefs, there are many things we haven’t discussed yet. I’ve raised him in an open and loving home and often offer my perspective. I also allow him his.
I asked him if he knew what the word meant. Of its significants. To be honest, I wasn’t sure myself. I wanted to lighten the mood by saying/joking, No one knows what it means but it’s provocative. – Will Ferrell. Continue reading →
I love words. How about these three? A joy ride. What is the first thing you think of?
Do you think of freedom and driving on a long rural country road with the radio on? Possibly riding with a great companion? Having a smile on your face, wind in your hair and no worries? Or do think of it as a crime, a ride in a borrowed or stolen car where you are speeding along being reckless? The choice is yours. Continue reading →
I hope to keep this short. I mean most parents don’t have time to read a lengthy article. With work, keeping a home up, school work and running children to sports practice, etc., it can become a blur.
I knew I wanted to be a mother. What I wasn’t prepared for was how challenging it would be. I thought my love would be enough. When my children were young, I had many days were I felt overwhelmed and ill-equipped. I tried to do everything right. I read books. I ask my peers. I tried to make sure my children had everything they needed. Continue reading →
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