As I sit here ready to write tonight’s blog, I am pondering on what I should blog about. What could possibly be interesting enough for others to read my blog and enjoy it? But now I am realizing that it is not “what” I write about, but how I write it that is key. You might question what I mean by that statement. Well in short, do I write from my heart, or do I write with my mind?
I choose to write from my heart. When I blog, I am doing my best to share a part of myself with others. A part of myself that cannot be seen or understood from the surface. Writing only to keep to a schedule is not acceptable. Writing to inspire and share with others is my sole purpose for blogging. I enjoy sharing my past, my present and my future. My dreams, my fears and my excitement should be on display as well. Each time I share a piece of my life with you it is to inspire and change you from the heart.
I am a mother of 4 children. I have 2 boys and 2 girls ranging from ages 7 to 23. They hold such a large portion of my heart in their hands. They keep me grounded, humble, and busy. However, most of all they keep my heart full of love and hope. I am blessed by God to have such wonderful children, and I am truly thankful for each one of them.
I saw a cartoon on Facebook recently that had Charlie Brown and Snoopy talking. Charlie Brown said “We only live once”, and Snoopy disagreed. Snoopy said, “No, we live every day. We only die once.” That puts things into a very different perspective. We have a chance to live each and every day. Make the most of it and enjoy every minute of it.