Yes, I did write about this in 2019.
Yes, it did involve an actual obstacle course (for kids).
Yes, it was fun to watch the gkids run around and try to beat each other’s time.
Yes, I am done writing these “Yes” statements. Continue reading “Overcoming Obstacles – 2020 Edition”
“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” (Neale Donald Walsch)
This coffee cup was a gift and serves as an ever present reminder of how uncomfortable stepping out of my comfort zone can be and has provided “sips” of reflection every time it is picked up. Like the “man in the maze” cup, it seeks to eke out nuggets of wisdom and hidden moments of dis-comfort, prying a sedentary lifestyle off of the couch and out to experience life. Continue reading “Cup of Comfort”
Have you ever found yourself looking at something sitting on a shelf, buried in a box or being tossed out and find your thoughts snapped back to the time when it entered your life? A simple coffee cup…one of my favorites…can do that. It reminds me of a couple of mission trips to Arizona, the times spent there, the connections made, the services performed, the difficulties encountered, and always the shared laughter. Continue reading “Life Anchors”