2019 trials and tribulation · Feelings · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Thoughts · Travel · Writing

Alone vs. Lonely

I originally wrote this August 25, 2019 .. it was in my draft lost writings. The more things change the more things remain the same. This weekend was filled with just lonely thoughts. Not really in the physical aspect of being lonely more of being alone. Yes, two different concepts. You can be alone without… Continue reading Alone vs. Lonely

2019 trials and tribulation · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Warriors

Good Bye 2019

It's been a while I have been able to sit and write something, but the hip journey had been difficult. I finally had my surgery on December 13, 2019. I spent my 47th birth in pain and about 8 hours discharged from the hospital, Thanksgiving was a lonely dinner and Christmas was spent sleeping the… Continue reading Good Bye 2019

2019 trials and tribulation · Black girl magic · Feelings · Life Advice · Thoughts

Does you dating have a purpose?

It's been a while since I have posted anything... hip pain has been bothering me, but that will soon be dealt with. Surgery soon.... Lord work out your kingdom agenda in me. I am yours. Let me be a living sacrifice, salt and light. If you bring someone into my life who submit to your… Continue reading Does you dating have a purpose?

2019 trials and tribulation · Faith · Feelings · Spiritual, devotion

A time to forgive

Forgiveness is a big word and a tiny word but the act is the same. It's alright if we forgive a cheating man/husband, it's alright that we can forgive a ling friend/family or even co-worker, it's alright if we can forgive a prodigal son/daughter. But, what happens when we have to forgive a murderer, what… Continue reading A time to forgive

2019 trials and tribulation · Faith · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Spiritual, devotion

A time to weep

It happens…… . A Time to Weep ‘It happens’—not quite the slogan I’ve seen on T-shirts,  but near enough. It does. Soon enough, however, happy our circumstances, we will come down to earth with a bump. We have never cowered in terror with bombs exploding around us, or left our homes and possessions, our businesses… Continue reading A time to weep

2019 trials and tribulation · blogging · Sickle Cell Disease · Thoughts

Vitalibis – “well Being”

CBD Hemp and CBD have been in the news a lot lately. Many brands are chasing the money today, however people have been using hemp and cannabinoids for thousands of years for a variety of purposes: ropes, sails, paper, protein, wellness, soil remediation, etc. Three months ago I started using CBD oil and cream for… Continue reading Vitalibis – “well Being”

2019 trials and tribulation · Life Advice · Sickle Cell Disease · Spiritual, devotion

Great Expectations…… A Time to Build

This is where I am now... "A time to build". Here is my chance to re-build. I have this signature quote on all my emails which says "DEFEAT brings a LESSON, it gives a chance to REBUILD, a chance to start again, with the KNOWLEDGE of what DOES NOT WORK!" I am not taking credit for it neither do I remember where I… Continue reading Great Expectations…… A Time to Build

2019 trials and tribulation · Faith · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease

Praise is what I do

Hello readers, I haven't blogged in a while two main reason technology may be helpful when it's functioning at it's best but, when it isn't can be a headache from a problem child. I had to take care of some technical difficulties. The other is pain, although not quite recovered from my shoulder replacement surgery,… Continue reading Praise is what I do

2019 trials and tribulation · Black girl magic · Faith · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Thoughts · Warriors

The day I went to sleep

A coma is a deep state of unconsciousness. An individual in acoma is alive but unable to move or respond to his or her environment. Coma may occur as a complication of an underlying illness, or as a result of injuries, such as brain injury. A coma rarely lasts more than 2 to 4 weeks September 5,2014 was my last normal day… Continue reading The day I went to sleep

2019 trials and tribulation · Faith · Life Advice · Life after a coma · Spiritual, devotion

You Are What You Speak

The outcome of your life is ultimately influenced by what begins in your mind, by what you believe. A single thought can have a viral effect and take over other aspects of your life, ultimately transforming who you are, for better or for worse. Real transformation happened after my old pattern of thinking and speaking… Continue reading You Are What You Speak

2019 trials and tribulation · Faith · Feelings · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Survivors · Warriors

Recovery week 8

Happy Sabbath/Saturday (this is a short post) I swear this is taking way longer than I anticipated. My doctor did explain that even if I had the same name surgeries done, the healing and recovery time can be very very different, but geezzee Louise it's annoying. Anyway, pain has felt a lot better in fact… Continue reading Recovery week 8

2019 trials and tribulation · Faith · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Survivors · Thoughts · Warriors

Teaching isn’t my job, it’s tied to my purpose.

Tomorrow begins the new academic year for school in my district. Part of me is excited and part of me is still physically healing, so I am concerned how I will begin this year. A random stranger from this game app I play "words with friends", asked what do I occupation wise, I said substitute… Continue reading Teaching isn’t my job, it’s tied to my purpose.

2019 trials and tribulation · Faith · Life Advice · Life after a coma · Spiritual, devotion · Survivors · Thoughts · Warriors

Trusting Good in a Physical World

I think one of the most difficult things that a human being encounters is the notion of faith and belief. Because of our human nature and the physiology of the human creation, we are created with senses. We are naturally inclined to hear, smell, taste, touch, and see. The more I mature in my walk with the Lord,… Continue reading Trusting Good in a Physical World

2019 trials and tribulation · Faith · Sickle Cell Disease · Spiritual, devotion · Warriors

Never bring a horse to a tank fight

There is something about 2 am. I don’t think the devil takes much time off in the day but I know for sure he pulls double shifts at night. I can’t go back far enough to recall a day where I didn’t struggle with the terror by night that causes my stomach to flutter, my… Continue reading Never bring a horse to a tank fight