Your Vote is Your Voice

In the fall of 2014, I drove to work one day and saw a small purple and yellow sign posted in the ground that read “Zimmerman for Sheriff”. I thought to myself, “What kind of sick joke is this?” I passed by that sign at least 2 more times before I decided to remove it.…Read more »

Rise and Grind

It’s February. While the “New Year, New You” mantra may have waned for some, I’m still going strong. It’s not so much that I’m trying to reinvent myself. I’m really just getting back to where I was. I slacked off on exercising and eating well (and gained a few pounds) during the last quarter of…Read more »

Bone, Scrubs and Harmony

The first dog breed I can remember being introduced to as a child was a buff Cocker Spaniel. He was full of energy, and I thought his long ears and curly fur were so cute.  I am still a dog lover with Cockers being my favorite. I had one once, but he suffered from separation…Read more »

Moving On Up

But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded.                         –          2 Chronicles 15:7   I talked about the transition from my previous job to the one I currently have in another post, so this is just a follow up. If you didn’t read the former post,…Read more »

I Know What Prayer Can Do

I work for a financial services company whose core business provides life insurance, annuities, retirement plan services, and group protection. (Do I sound like a commercial?) There are associate, professional, and fellow designations the company both praises and promotes by offering the study materials and exams required for such designations. There is no cost as…Read more »

My Health #Flawless

My employer offered a free health screening which I participated in today. I was nervous stepping on to the scale. I have been exercising consistently for the last three weeks (5 days/week), so I wasn’t pleased to learn that I weighed 175 pounds. That’s 5 pounds higher than usual. Five pounds may not sound like…Read more »