It's that time of year again.  Color is showing up everywhere.  I think it takes a change of seasons sometimes to boost us to a different frame of mind.  Though every day is a good day, "ordinary" seems to sneak in at times and entices us to forget all the good stuff going on in our lives. Willaim Bryant says of autumn: "Autumn...the year's last, loveliest smile."  Some would disagree, as they look longingly for winter scenes of snowcapped hills and sleeping meadows.

As I sense the changing seasons, I think of things I have learned in the seasons of life. I never knew I had so much to learn, but am finally to a place where I can acknowlege that I did. Just maybe, as you review this site, you will find something that will challenge you, surprise you, or make you determined to take advantage of every minute as you experience changing life  seasons.  They are short, you know, so it's best we savor every minute. 

Here I tell some of my experiences about life, marriage and raising children, and how I've learned to accept myself as unique, as we all are.   But most of all I know the true secret to life and that alone is worth sharing. Come along!

"Some days there won't be a song in your heart.
Sing anyway."
Emory Austin, writer, inspirational speaker



I am a psychology major,  a southern writer,  a columnist for Parents and Kids Magazine  and an inspirational speaker.   
I write to encourage women and to remind you of your uniqueness.


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