Simple, yet profound. After my daily walk this morning, I got inspired to write an article about my childhood. I thought that even if I never published it, writing it would help me to deal with some feelings from my past. Sadly, all it did was make me angry. At first I surprised myself by… Continue reading Let It Go & Let It Be
As a child I remember adults asking me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I gave generic answers...teacher, doctor, missionary, journalist....my answers always depended on which group I was around. If I answered journalist to the church group, it would be met with disinterest, however, if I stated that I wanted to… Continue reading I Want to Support Others When I Grow Up
I watched this video this morning and wanted to share! https://www.facebook.com/475335342494916/posts/2356584434369988/ I hope it spoke to you. Until next time, -Bobbi
I walked into our local craft store yesterday to purchase some milk paint and was immediately slapped in the face with Christmas decorations, trees, tinsel, tiny Santa's, and cheery little elves. The smell of holly, cranberry, and pine was overwhelming to the point of nearly bolting back out the door. After trudging through what seemed… Continue reading A Humanist Grinch with a Side of Heart
So this was me in 2010 at a Halloween party I threw at my home with several of my family and friends! It was a good time and we had a blast! I was a scary/sexy living dead girl and it was fun. By the way, those contacts were awful, I don't recommend cheap versions… Continue reading Be Thee Sexy or Be Thee Scary, Just Be Thee!
One year ago today, I officiated the wedding of a young lady who is like a daughter to my husband and I. It was an honor to be asked to officiate her ceremony and I did so with much love in my heart. Happy First Anniversary Rebecca and Terry! It was right before Rebecca's wedding… Continue reading What a difference a year makes!
I'm envious of the dozens of stories I'm reading today of great teachers who have made a huge impact on the lives of people I admire. I'm envious of my son as he talks about the one teacher he still quotes, three years after high school graduation. I'm envious of those individuals who were given… Continue reading My Thoughts on World Teacher Day