Sunday Morning Teen Idols

Fooling around on YouTube this morning, reminiscing about my youth by watching clips of old shows I used to love. I think the first full-size poster I ever got was of Shaun Cassidy. That classic one where he's wearing the silver satin ball jacket. I loved The Hardy Boys! Growing up I had devoured an... Continue Reading →

Greenleaf Inspired, Part 2

"Nothing ends that quickly, it always takes time."― Sophia Greenleaf It's been about a decade now and maybe I'm on the verge of moving on to the next chapter. I think back to 2008 and it seems like a lifetime ago and just yesterday, all at the same time. I was in the zone! Eating... Continue Reading →

Getting Ready to be Ready

For the past month I've been making some subtle changes in my life. Abraham would say I've been getting ready to be ready. https://youtu.be/dtSHOIUqz3o What does this look like? For me, it's about getting up early enough to have a couple of hours "ME" time before work. It's about simple habits like making my bed... Continue Reading →

To sleep, perchance to dream

I wear a Fitbit every day, whether I am sitting still or pushing myself to be active. I feel like it's important to track things in order to discern behaviour patterns, fix problems, and celebrate successes. My Fitbit tracks more than just my steps, it also tracks my heart rate and my sleep patterns. The... Continue Reading →

Acceptance Quote of the Day

“A friend is someone who gives you total freedom to be yourself—and especially to feel, or not feel. Whatever you happen to be feeling at any moment is fine with them. That’s what real love amounts to – letting a person be what he really is.”– Jim Morrison

God is good … all the time

"It’s better to be there when something passes away. If you don’t see it happening, there’s always a part of you that thinks it might come back, whatever it is, and that’s the part of you that keeps you from seeing what God’s going to do next."Bishop Greenleaf I've been watching the final season of... Continue Reading →

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