I love the message shared in this piece! By Gibberish

How do I perceive HOPE? So how do I perceive hope?That life will be smooth sailing? Nope.That life will be like a cactus with thorns,We have to take them out one at a time, … How do I perceive HOPE?

Tarsha Benevento | Vocal

Vocal is a platform for supporting, discovering and rewarding creators. — Read on vocal.media/profile Does anyone have any experience using the vocal platform?

Magic Matters-There’s No Denying It

Without the magic of it all, what is the point of it all? Think about it. What would be missing from a world without the mystery and the magic? Well let’s think; Santa, Rudolf, Frosty, The Little Drummer Boy, cookies and carrots and presents AND family gatherings… The Easter Bunny, egg hunts, baskets filled withContinue reading “Magic Matters-There’s No Denying It”

It Only Matters As Much As You Let It

Fooled be not-money will never learn the lessons for you. It is up to YOU to learn them. How much you learn depends on your effort and determination. The difference maker is tenacity and passion and desire and consistency, not money.

Find Your Magic, No Matter What!

I want to write a children’s book where the main characters have albinism and other special needs. I’m going to enroll in a Parent Advocacy class with The Federation of Children with Special Needs. I will become a certified Parent Advocate.

It’s Not You. Really! It’s Me…

I’ve been in the process of a nasty break-up with my old self. I have spent most of my life existing somewhere between sad and angry. Don’t get me wrong, I have been happy too. But my disposition has always been more of a “resting bitch face” if you know what I mean. Like IContinue reading “It’s Not You. Really! It’s Me…”

Good Grief!

In my 40 young years I have loved often and without hesitation. Sadly, I have also lost parts of my inner tribe. You know the people who collectively form your world? There are usually only a few. I have been blessed with 7. My parents, my brother, my Abby, my husband, and my two sons.Continue reading “Good Grief!”