Live radically, authentically, and unapologetically as your truest self.

This Is The Way; Walk In It.

Isaiah 30:21

My heart seems to be in a continuous state of pondering the many questions scattered and spinning around in my head. I guess all hearts do this - or perhaps assuming so is my way of rationalizing my little bit of crazy. Mondays are usually a battle for me and always have been. On this particular Monday Continue Reading

We Are Glass

A few weeks ago I was listening to a song called "We Are Glass" - written by Jon Nite and Ross Copperman and performed by Thompson Square. The lyrics of the song reminded me just how fragile I am, how fragile we all are. The words touched a tender spot of my heart that needs healing. It's so perfectly and Continue Reading

Work In Progress

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Hey lovely readers! By now you may have noticed that my website is starting to look a little different. Yeah, it's a work in progress - just like me:-) I'll continue making tweaks and changes as I get closer to the way I would like for it to look. In the meantime, I have sooo much work to do to get it Continue Reading

I Guess I Have To Learn The Hard Way

Pray About It

The hard way. Why do I always have to learn things the hard way? Today I went to Confession and just after I exposed my sins - including a prayer life that has been lacking as of late - and right before the priest's absolution, he said to me, 'prayer is one of those things that we don't always realize how Continue Reading

Live In The Sweet Spot Of Life

Nothing Can Dim The Light That Shines From Within

I often find myself scared to let my light shine. You know that sweet spot of life, when you feel like you are living completely and authentically as yourself? That’s where your light shines most. Sometimes I let fear get in the way of my desire to live fully in that space. I’ve come to realize it's primarily Continue Reading

Allow God to Be God

Power of God

  “We find it hard to love imperfect things so we imagine God is just as small as we are.” -Father Richard Rohr- Sadly this is a hard truth for me. Why is it so? Why is it so hard to love imperfect things even when I’m all too aware of my own imperfections? Why is it so much easier to see the splinter Continue Reading