Pain and suffering, quote, inspiration.

“Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional” is one of my favorite quotes. Physical or emotional pain – you can choose how you deal with that pain. To suffer or not to suffer that is the question ūüôā I see it on daily basis, family of athletes, my husband and my oldest daughter are in a… Continue Reading

Peace – morning pages on Easter Sunday morning

On Easter Sunday, I had the most profound and moving experience writing my¬†morning¬†pages.¬†I ended up with six pages of¬†longhand writing,¬†and three of those I typed up word to word below, unedited. I am not a¬†religious¬†person, and for me to mention Jesus was very unexpected, especially it being Easter Sunday. I have heard that morning pages… Continue Reading

A Christmas wish

Isn’t it a tradition to make a wish, or two, or many…on Christmas night and/or New Year’s Eve. ¬†Well it is interesting I thought, that today I read a post on¬†Facebook¬†about¬†wishes¬†people make, and I¬†realized¬†I have not made any. Is it good? Bad? Well I think that the fact that I did not wish for anything,… Continue Reading

My Now moment

Every moment – I could not have wished for more……well, maybe a vacation or a new car. But it would not really make me any happier. Nice to know and realize that! I am happy and grateful; cleaning, cooking for, and taking care of my family never has brought me so much joy – am… Continue Reading


I must never forget to be grateful. I thank God every night as I go to bed for all the blessing he granted me. My amazing daughters, a wonderful man who I am so proud to call my husband, our home, our car, our health, our love, respect and appreciation of one another. But how… Continue Reading

A reblog of my favorite post this year!

This post was¬†written¬†by Bruce, a blogger with a wonderful¬†message. Here is the link to his blog¬†Thank you Jesus (you can also see it in my Blogroll). I read it and forwarded it to my husband. He said that this post made him very deeply aware and thankful, for the mere fact, that we even have… Continue Reading