Tuesday, July 24, 2012


Summer is a great time for reunions. There are class reunions, family reunions, weddings, etc. Being raised in a small family and marrying into a large family I have begun to appreciate these gatherings. I am truly blessed
with family and have enjoyed socializing with these people, especially when I make the effort to accept them
for who they are. In "A Very Brady Christmas" all the Brady children come home with their families, friends, and problems. Mike is making a speech about their gathering emphasizing that "we are here and we are family".
His sentiment goes beyond that gathering highlighting the point that "family" are those that will always be there for you! On your journey, remember that those people who are always there for you are your '"family".

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Changes rearranges

One of my favorite lines from a Pat Surface song is "there are going to be changes and rearranges" which
is exactly the direction this blog is taking. One of my pet peeves is going to a website or blog and finding it
is "under construction". This blog will just steadily improve and will be a place of inspiration on your journey. Remember "Change" (on your journey) isn't always bad. Time to enjoy your journey!

Thursday, December 29, 2011


I often wonder what the future holds for me, reflecting on the past year and looking to the future. I am sure some people maybe be a little cautious or nervous based on what we have heard about the Mayan calendar. Who can forget Y2K? As you travel on your journey, what are you reflecting on and looking forward to? Don't let the external factors change your internal disposition! Journey on!

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Time Flies!

As I look out the window, I have realized that I haven't blogged for awhile so here goes. My journey has been very busy and caused me to look at how I was spending my time.I have decided to combine all my blogs which may be great news for you.
Some entries may include items about my Catholic faith, music and musicals, books, movies, etc. You get the point. I hope you evaluate how you spend your time on your journey.
 One of my favorite songs is by a group called Small Potatoes. The song is Time Flies. I hope you give a listen.


Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Change ahead!

Twice a year, I evaluate my life and look at the things that need to be changed. As students return the classroom, I examine my own life lessons, setting goals and priorities. Personally, some of these changes will be difficult, but most will be fairly easy. For my readers (which I am grateful for), I will be doing more blogging. My changes include the realms of "spiritual, physical, emotional, financial and creative". This blog will also include audio content on occasion, which will allow you to listen and not always have to read.
 In my life, the times I've noticed that my world becomes stagnant or depressing, I have learned it is because I have not been using my "creativity".  I am very excited about these changes and look forward to inspiring you on your journey. My challenge: If your life is stagnant or depressing, a better life is only a "change " away. It might not be easy. It might take all your strength. It might challenge you in ways you never thought possible. It will be worth it. Don't complain about your circumstances, change them. On your journey there will be many changes. Be the Change!

Tuesday, July 5, 2011


I hope everyone had a great Fourth Of July celebration! It is hard to believe that summer is here. As I was celebrating by spending time with family, I took the time to remember those who have and those who are fighting for our freedom. Also I took time to remember the families who are making a sacrifice as well.
I hope along with the outdoor barbecues, fireworks, parades, etc. you took time to remember and honor those heroes. We all know that Freedom isn't Free! I hope you enjoy and appreciate your freedom on your journey!
                                                      Journey On!

Sunday, May 22, 2011

The End of the World

Harold Camping predicted the end of the world would come on May 21, 2011. The same guy originally predicted the world would end September 6, 1994. This posting is not to make fun of or criticize Mr. Camping, but to think about this reality: There will be a point in time when your physical life will end, no matter what religion you are. Death is a reality. The question I ask is what would you do do if you knew it was your last day, your last hour, your last minute? Every day you are one day closer. Every hour you are one hour closer. Every minute, you are a minute closer. A positive thought to ponder: How would you spend this time if you knew it was your last day on this earth? In an interview, Michael Landon made the comment that they should tell us that we are dying! Remember to live each day as if it were your last and one day you will be right! Journey on!