Monthly Archives: November 2010


Keep Your Hands on the Plow

Saturday evening we heard Franklin Graham speak at our church and then afterwards spoke to one of the counselors at length.  He mentioned to us about keeping our hands on the plow and not looking back (or around for that matter), but instead looking forward in order to be able […]


My husband’s recipe for Shakeology – Chocolate, coffee and peanut butter, oh my!

I knew Shakeology was delicious by itself, but sometimes you want to experiment with different flavors.  My husband makes this recipe for me for lunch on the weekends.  I love it!  Here’s a video on how its made: Shakeology recipe


Field of Diamonds, Field of Dreams

As some of you may know, over the past year, I have undergone a series of surgeries after tests revealed that my condition wasn’t hopeless and that my life could be saved. Some have been an inconvenience and others, the most painful experiences of my life. Yesterday was hopefully the […]


Stress is Basically a Disconnected State That Believes Everything is an Emergency

“Stress is basically a disconnection from the earth, a forgetting of the breath. Stress is an ignorant state. It believes that everything is an emergency. Nothing is that important. Just lie down.” – Natalie Goldberg Can you imagine the editor of the New York Times or even the editor of […]