Every day I get up and look through the Forbes list of the richest people in America. If I'm not there, I go to work. ~ Robert Orben Just a little humour to start my day.
He considered her, “You wish to recreate what I am.” he accused. She shook her head, “I am trying to un-create that which you have created.” His eyes narrowed and she knew she had his attention. “Besides the respect you have, and control you get, do you like yourself really?” she asked him pointedly. His … Continue reading A Snippet of Haunt
"My idea of a perfect world really can't be designed by one person or even by a million experts. It's going to be 7 billion pairs of hands, each following their own passions." --Jay Silver
This is prompted by Word of the Day Challenge The heat in my cheeks All over me like a rash Pale skin hides nothing
Do you know how you feel about single mothers? Or are you one? Have you heard these before?: She is lazy, her kids are out of control, she's selfish and ignores her kids, she's a slut. I've heard every single one. Said right to me by family, strangers, neighbors, and some not so awesome friends. … Continue reading Confessions of a Single Mom
Photos courtesy of: cbtconferenceandexpo.com, daveramsey.com, TED.com Dave Ramsey often states that the average millionaire reads at least one non-fiction book a month. I found this an interesting tip and often try to emulate what I find worth emulating. Reading one non-fiction a month would grow me, prepare me, and educate me better than all the … Continue reading The Empowerment of Simon, Jon, and Dave
"Change has a bad reputation in our society. But it isn't all bad--not by any means. In fact, change is necessary in life--to keep us moving...to keep us growing...to keep us interested. Imagine life without change. It would be static...boring...dull." -Dr. Dennis O'Grady