In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Pick Your Potion.” Reflective tonight for a Monday night and can’t figure out what the feeling is all about. This circumstance is pretty unusual for a Monday because feelings of this day of the week typically are heard loud and clear. The beginning of the week full with all of its problems quickly becomes the center of your … Continue reading Bergamont-Mindful Monday
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.” Me, my camera and how I love. Continue reading A decade of change
I have teased everyone in my life that truth is the new black. People fall into the trap of being pleasers seeking reassurance of those around them. They worry constantly about what others think about them. How they will be perceived, if they are real or authentic. This emotion can become so obsessive that people deny their true feelings to receive acceptance. Think about your job … Continue reading Truth or no Truth?
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Monochromatic.” Me, my camera and how I make soup…farmers market style. Continue reading Mother Earth
As I stumbled to the coffee pot the white board on the refrigerator stopped me. The white board is the white shiny surface with multiple color markers like the ones you see hanging in corporate offices. In the office you might see the agency vision, the strategy and all the plans for the company to prosper or meet its mission. On my white board you typically … Continue reading Presence and intent
Proverbs 3: 5-6 “Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths.” There is no question that my path has been rich with Father God’s grace. The unfortunate part of my past is the world held me hostage, so I did not even notice his love. My … Continue reading God’s grace…
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Ready, Set, Done.” I have reflected on the world a lot lately. My reflections include Josh heading off to college, my teams awesome accomplishments at work, Diane’s new job and God bringing me home to Eastbrook Church. A lot of change that typically is really stressful. However this time it is really different. It is filled with … Continue reading This is how I see it….
Father God, Watch over our son Joshua as moves to college today for his first time away from home. As you know you have created this man in your image help him understand that, so he keeps you close while on his journey. As you see you have created a fine man,- one who seeks your love and approval. As he walks into the world … Continue reading College bound…A prayer for my son Joshua