Comfort and growth…

I've said before that the only constant in life is change. Dr. M and I connected for my six week post-discharge appointment. It was a good, positive, discussion and he agreed to follow up with me again in the middle of January, post holidays. The one thing that he did say, which has my brain … Continue reading Comfort and growth…

Procrastinating with procrastinating…

Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com This morning I'm feeling tired. Between work articles and my history paper that I'm working on, the last few days have been busy. My week actually pretty much exploded on Monday, and doesn't look as if it's going to slow down before Saturday, making it the busiest week I think … Continue reading Procrastinating with procrastinating…

Waging a campaign of health…

Photo by Victor Freitas on Pexels.com The last few days have continued to remain somewhat busy. Yesterday was spent in the office, working on stories for the paper. I had three to do from earlier in the week, and I'll still have more to do early in the week. I'm enjoying it though, for the … Continue reading Waging a campaign of health…

Small steps today, big steps tomorrow…

Photo by Adrianna Calvo on Pexels.com Today was another busy day. I met B at ten to film his first weekly devotional, taking over from the pastor who took over from him while he was away on his sabbatical. Aside from a minor technical issue, the filming went well and we got the video done … Continue reading Small steps today, big steps tomorrow…

Driven…

As far as my schooling goes, one chapter is drawing to a close and another is beginning. I got my marks for my final assignment, and despite the piece not being one of my strongest submissions, I still managed to keep my mark into the eighties, which is a relief. The instructor commented that I … Continue reading Driven…

Pushing through the discomfort to find growth

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com The last few days have been pretty busy. I've been sustaining my workout regime, as well as digging back into my textbooks to prepare for the final exam I have coming up in a week and a half. My workouts over the last few days have been challenging. I pushed … Continue reading Pushing through the discomfort to find growth

Pushing through your limits…

Photo by Lee Catherine Collins on Pexels.com Today has been... productive. After filming the Pastor's devotional this morning, I headed home, did the editing and then uploaded it to Facebook. After that I dug into my school work, and completed a passable first draft of my next assignment for university. All told, the essay comes … Continue reading Pushing through your limits…

Damaged Heroes…

I think part of the passion I have for writing comes from reading. I've always been a reader. As a youth I would routinely stay up late reading, and I read pretty much anything I could get my hands on. By the age of thirteen I was reading Dale Brown, Tom Clancy, and Michael DiMercurio, … Continue reading Damaged Heroes…

Working on time management…

With five shows down, we have passed the half way point of this year's theatre run. The show has been going good and I have been enjoying my role doing the AV for the production, but I think I'm looking forward to the show wrapping too. Things are getting busier, and it's just one more … Continue reading Working on time management…

Heroes

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.comSome heroes wear capes. Others wear bunker gear and uniforms. I'm feeling the love today. My Facebook page has blown up with birthday well-wishes, and I am grateful. I know I haven't been in a great headspace lately. I know I've been struggling and feeling overwhelmed. The support means the world … Continue reading Heroes