Tag Archives: gratitude

the little things

One day you notice it doesn’t seem so hard anymore. A scary, confusing dream, but you didn’t wake up shaking in sweat, in terror. A train ride with your boss and you find yourself overwhelmed by gratitude that you get … Continue reading

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Letting go of regret

I was swiping through Tumblr last night and saw the following image: This is not a new message- right? It’s something we hear a lot. From Rent– “Forget regret or life is yours to miss” — and I have been … Continue reading

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Gratitude

I felt nervous about Thanksgiving. The Old Voice was yelling, How can I celebrate when Ferguson, Missouri is in so much pain? How dare I? The reality is, though, how can I be anything but grateful? My brother and I … Continue reading

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What grief can look like

Grief looks like a lot of things. I don’t usually know what it will look like and it comes in many waves. I am both surprised at the intensity and unsurprised that they keep coming. I am trying to let … Continue reading

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Trust, gratitude, inspiration, and faith

I picked up Brene Brown’s Gifts of Imperfection from the library on Saturday morning and I’m almost done with it. It’s a fairly quick, easy read– and so much emotional pithiness.  She shares a Friday blogging routine she calls TGIF … Continue reading

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