2020 Decade · blogging · Feelings · Life Advice · Sickle Cell Disease · Travel

Pandemic Moving PT3

What boxes should look like Before I go any further on my post of plain and simple transparency I want to state something. I want to make it loud an clear "I do not like giving reviews especially bad reviews" I believe reviews are personal opinions and preferences so what might work for me won't… Continue reading Pandemic Moving PT3

2020 Decade · Faith · Feelings · Life Advice · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Spiritual, devotion

Reasons to avoid Anxiety

Reasons to Avoid Anxiety There are many reasons we should avoid anxiety.  First, anxiety goes against Scripture. In Matthew 6:25-34, Jesus says three times in this one passage, “Do not be anxious, do not be anxious, do not be anxious.” For those of us who are believers, we affirm that we believe in God and His… Continue reading Reasons to avoid Anxiety

2020 Decade · Black girl magic · Feelings · Life Advice · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease

Facebook Memories….

I have chosen to do a little social media distancing - especially from Face book.. but the past few times I have looked back I see some great post that I made. I decided to copy a few to remind me who I was before this coma made changes in my life. I have been… Continue reading Facebook Memories….

2020 Decade · Feelings · Life Advice · Sickle Cell Disease · Thoughts

U gotta love yourself

I realize how difficult this time is for single people but through this and after this pandemic remember do not go back to where you were before. Do not find that comfort zone in the past. Keep embracing your singleness. In this season of quarantine it is your opportunity to find yourself again. Discover things… Continue reading U gotta love yourself

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?

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FOMO – Fear of Missing Out

I was listening to this personal blog where I heard this word "FOMO", so as usual I decided to look up exactly what this means. After reading what it means, I related it to my life. Believe it or not I is I was talking to a friend a while back and we both had… Continue reading FOMO – Fear of Missing Out

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 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 · 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 · Life Advice · Spiritual, devotion

The game before the game

The bridge between all that practice and the performance is the pre-game routine. The same is true in nearly every endeavor. You have to win the war inside before you can win the war outside.  I will never speak without going through an important ritual. It involves being on my knees in prayer and admitting… Continue reading The game before the game

2019 trials and tribulation · blogging · Feelings · Life Advice · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Thoughts · Warriors · Writing

Scars – Unapologetic ME

I have blogged and wrote about the world is that battle field. The bible says in Ephesians 6:11-12 Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of… Continue reading Scars – Unapologetic ME

2019 trials and tribulation · blogging · Faith · Feelings · Life Advice · Survivors · Thoughts · Warriors

Gems for life

Whenever I think about myself or anyone going through the valley of drybones, broken dreams and dried up hope, there is a scripture that refreshesthe soul. "The LORD will guide you continually, watering your life when youare dry and keeping you healthy, too. You will be like a well- wateredgarden, like an ever-flowing spring." Isaiah… Continue reading Gems for life

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

If you say so..

Negative thinking can really and be the death of us. We have to change our thinking especially about ourselves or our situations. I know how much I have been going through but I know and have to believe that "this too shall pass". I am excited to 2020 because I have already envisioned my plans… Continue reading If you say so..

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

Recovery week 7

Ready or not here I come! Week let's just say I am 75% ready because school begins on Monday and it's back to the classroom I go. This week has been a far better pain week than the last. Why? you ask? because I decided to try something natural, from mother-nature, many times we forget… Continue reading Recovery week 7