Slowing down Trapped in a bubble Wasting away from inactivity This is how I feel when I haven’t left the house for a week. My brain kinda gets stuck in a rut and then”rinse, lather and repeats.” It is so true what they say… Continue Reading “The Silent Killer – Sedentary Life”
I was watching a YouTube video, and the woman was talking about how being vulnerable is a part of finding your strength, happiness and success. As I was listening, it began to make more and more sense to me. Putting myself “out there” with… Continue Reading “Vulnerability”
This is just funny to me. Lol All or nothing thinking. I have said before that I’m not a Healthcare provider, doctor or anything like that. When I post my thoughts on a particular topic, its just my view through my eyes, brain and… Continue Reading “Sunday Psychotherapy “
Here are some tips from psychotherapy for this week…
My spirit guide, Huki. She’s going to be 7 and besides passing out on the porch like a drunk sailor, she likes to play.
Spending the evening relaxing with friends, getting mosquito bites and enjoying laughs.
Well, some are and some aren’t. Today they definitely were because I missed a button on my uniform shirt and walked around like that for 2 hours before I noticed. But hey, no one’s perfect. I also had a “revelation” driving to work that… Continue Reading “Why Is Everyone Staring At Me”
No story, just the bloom of a lantana. Perennial in zone 7. I love the herby smell, although it’s putrid to some. Happy July.
Is this a bunny or a cat? 😁
The gladiolus is native to Sub-Saharan Africa, South Africa and Eurasia. But mine were native to Lowes in the bulb section. Their stems are normally unbranched and produce 1 to 9 sword shaped leaves. The large-flowered types require moisture during the growing season, and… Continue Reading “Gladiolus”