Very, very inspirational quotes. Would highly recommend to EVERYONE!
Two years ago I began writing this blog. It became my way of communicating to the world my story. Somewhere along the journey it became much more than that. You see as I continued to write, time was moving forward. That is what time does. It never moves backwards. And while time was moving on, I had healed from breast cancer. I had endured a large surgery that left me on the operating table for 10 hours.
Image by Gino Crescoli from Pixabay The other day I was thinking about what my daily quotes on social media would be about for the week. I usually try to have a theme each week, and then give my followers different aspects of that theme. As I was pondering what direction to go in, I received an e-mail from one of my coaching clients. She told me about a situation she found herself facing. It seems as though she had filled out an online application for a job she she really wanted. She said that they had ...Read more
This past May and early June three people a mother, daughter and a son all graduated from college. Now you may be thinking that these stories happen all the time, and maybe they do. But this particular story was never predicted to have this outcome. These three people did not start college on the same day. In fact the daughter and son were three years apart. Their mother who is also the author of this blog was the last of the three to start working on her graduate degree all by chance. It was by intention that the daughter attended ...Read more
Photos courtesy of www.facebook.com/photosbychar/ At the heart of anyone playing a woodwind instrument is the drive to achieve the correct embouchure. This is the term used to describe the way in which the musician applies the mouth to the mouthpiece of either a brass or woodwind instrument. This isn't something that just everyone can achieve with great success. Sometimes it is the difference between becoming a great musician and merely an average one. And then there are some people who were born with a innate ability, the right embouchure comes more naturally and takes little to ...Read more