I recently read an article listing the top 7 characteristics you look for when hiring an employee. As I read through this piece it occurred to me that these are exactly the things every girl seeking a life long relationship should want. They are the qualities that make a marriage work, will build a healthy partnership and can weather the storms of life.
Commit what a great and sometimes terrifying word, especially when you’re looking at all the stuff you have to get done, the things necessary to pull off life. You’re juggling this crazy world you know you can’t control, as well as the one you think you can. Which I must tell you is somewhat of a myth. I’m not talking about the commitment that puts you into a facility away from the world to work out problems.
I’ve seen photos of my husband’s grandparents through the years. Although I never met his grandfather (he had made his entrance into heaven prior to our marriage) the only photo I have seen of him dressed in anything but overalls is this one. The years he was courting his soon to be bride.
One of the great things about the chronological advancement of life, is you have brilliant hindsight. As the years pass by glaring life realizations gain light. The biggest may be that the only time my circumstances ever changed is when I acted. Even though there were many times in life I wished I had a do over, that cute little reset button, that’s not how it worked. There is nothing that will completely erase the past. There is no mira
My husband is once again in the yard being bitten by Florida’s “No See ‘Ums” our states vicious sand fleas. That’s because my Christmas Lights have thrown the breaker for the fourth year in a row and he is trying to help me figure out the problem.
Thanksgiving is one of those special holidays. The warm and fuzzy kind. It’s an opportunity to share the day with amazing friends and family. We can eat an enormous amount of unbelievably rich and highly caloric food with absolutely not an ounce of guilt (what’s not to love about that?). It’s the day we sit back and enjoy all things that are good in life.
Did you realize we all leave a wake? Like a sea worthy boat that leaves evidence of their pilgrimage, we shape our wake by the impression we create. Whether our actions are intentional or not, we always leave something behind.
The definition of a strong lady can be found in newspapers, academia, and social media. Marching in lockstep you hear the same phrases repeated over and over. It’s shouted by some of the angriest ladies I have ever encountered. Not sure much of anything would make these ladies happy. They tell us we should demand respect, our rights and whatever we deem necessary for our existence. These ladies don’t encourage and inspir
Ladies have this amazing ability to “code speak”. If we are speaking to another of our gender there is absolutely not one ounce of confusion. We all use this veiled conversation tool so it’s easy to understand when dialogue within our ranks.