I’ve been working extremely hard, and that is going to change this year. However, that statement was made to move me to another point. I have been so exhausted these last couple of days although I rested. I rested, for the most part literally, unless I had somewhere to be. So on yesterday, as I
Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers. I am deeply grateful today for my mother. I learned so much from her. Some things were through pain, well most things; but, everything has served me well. It took me many years to wade through the pain and do the forgiveness work needed. I was brutally honest, and
My Anger has Value By Tresa Simmons How many times have we thrown out the baby with the bath water? Meaning how many times have we gotten rid of everything when something is out of order without stopping to take time to search what is still valid, still useful, and or have purpose in our situation.
A Conversation with Our Future Self By Tresa Simmons There is a saying that hindsight is 20/20. We all have thought or maybe said aloud if only I had known this or that I would not have made the choices that I made. If I could go back, my decision would be different. I would
LIFE HAPPENS By Tresa Simmons Life happens. These are the words that initially came to me while feeling bereft about a situation I went through recently that I could not control no matter how bad I wanted to. When I got honest, I was able to say life does happen, but this situation is a
Ain’t I a Woman???? by Tresa Simmons As I sit here contemplating what to write, I thought about a conversation that I recently had with a male friend who came to me and said, “All I have ever wanted to do was love you. Why won’t you let me?” I gave valid reasons, at least
We never know how what we experience may seem so simple and yet be so profound for our lives. I was looking at a video on Facebook that highlighted what the videographer calls Daymond John’s humble beginnings. In that video, Mr. Johns was quoted, “Don’t wait for the ‘perfect time’, you will wait forever. Always
I Am My First Ministry by Tresa Simmons We, sisters, are our first ministry. “I am my first ministry. I am sacred. I am the one I have been seeking (waiting for)” has become my mantras or affirmations as some would say. Initially, words such as these were just nice catch phrases. Words that sounded