The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 12

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 12 – What are you saying?

Do your words create a cycle of failure? Do you use your words to bless or curse? Negative words that reflect unbelief will undo our prayers and the prayers for our children. When we rehearsing a problem in our mind or by our mouth the doubt it creates will undo our prayers.

Talking about your problems, even if the kids don’t hear the negative comments, the enemy does and he’ll use them to enter the problem and wreak havoc. Every time we talk about our problems it makes it harder for them to change, digging a hole you can’t get out.

Our words do affect our children. God has given us spiritual authority over our kid’s lives. The words we speak about them can harm or help them. God wants us to use our authority to enrich our children’s lives and turn successive generations towards him. All children choose whether they will follow God, but if they’re brought up in a God-saturated environment we’ll greatly impact their decision.

Put your words to work – we are called to bless, no curse them. When you’re tempted to speak words of doubt think on these:

The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit. Proverbs 18:21

From the fruit of their lips people are filled with good things Proverbs 12:14a

Whoever would love life and see good days must keep their tongue from evil and their lips from deceitful speech. 1 Peter 3:10

The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 11

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 11 – Dare not to compare

We’re anointed by God to raise our kids to be individuals, not carbon copies of us. He’s given them individual gifts and talents. But sometimes we’re not thrilled with our own uniqueness so we compare ourselves to other moms, trying to impress them. Unfortunately, we pass this attitude on to our kids.

There is an epidemic of insecurity in moms today. But Isaiah 54:17 says “no weapon forged against you will prevail, and you will refute every tongue that accuses you. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, and this is their vindication from me,” declares the LORD.” Security is part of our spiritual inheritance. Believe that you are secure in Jesus.

Don’t compare yourself to other moms at church, in media or magazines. What you don’t like about yourself is just the thing that God can use. It can be your greatest asset. Find out God’s plan for you, your children, and follow it.

What are your gifts, what did God create you to do?

“Be yourself. Be the mom God created you to be. Use the gifts He’s given you, and follow your unique, individual bent. Don’t try to follow anybody else’s program. Stick with God’s.” ~ ~ Joyce Meyer

The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 10

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 10, Free to move forward

Even if you started poorly in life if you put God first we can end up good. Even our kids can turn out good in spite of us. So many moms feel guilty about not doing enough…shoulda, woulda, ought, but our children can overcome any mother’s disadvantages or mistakes. Guilt doesn’t please god. It breaks his heart. He sent his Son so we could live guilt free.

To live free from the guilt cycle there are scriptural truths every mother must understand:

  1. When Jesus went to the cross, he defeated sin once and for all. We can consider ourselves dead to sin by focusing on Jesus and not our shortcomings or mistakes. We’re free to stop being legalists and extend God’s grace and mercy with kids.
  2. Study what bible says about guilt, forgiveness and grace. Jesus paid the whole price for every sin we’ll ever commit, past present or future. We need to receive and believe it. Pray the word; mediate on the verses you find in your study.
  3. There’s nothing you’ve done so bad that God can’t forgive. Don’t ignore parenting mistakes, but acknowledge them and apologize. Then pray for your children and trust God to cover the situation. Just don’t buy the lie that children can’t recover from your mistakes.

The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 9

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 9 – Accentuate the positive 

There is nothing more aggravating than complaining, whiny, ungrateful kids with negative attitudes. But could they be getting their attitudes from us? Are they reflecting our behavior?

If we have hope in all things, why is it so easy to drift to the negative? It’s always easier to make the wrong choice; right choices are always harder and take more work. We have a Bible full of promises but we must spend time with God daily and be determined to obey him if we are to see the fulfillment of those promises. Complaining is a sin and if we engage it we open the door to the enemy and before we know it our home is a mess.

Our negative attitudes and complaining not only grieve the Holy Spirit but our family too. Choose to be gracious not grouchy. A good attitude doesn’t come from having the best of everything in life it comes from making the best out of life. God’s power can take what we think is our worst enemy and make it our best friend.

And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who[a] have been called according to his purpose. (Romans 8:28)

Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything. (James 1:2-4)

The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 8

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 8 – Can somebody please help me?

Do have a best friend, confidant, or counselor? Is there someone you run to when you need help or advice? Ask yourself, how did that go, was it helpful? You know, Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to be our counselor, our confidant. Often we don’t get His help because we’re running to others and not to God, either because we’re not confident we’ll hear or be able to discern his voice.

So what can we do to improve our relationship with the Holy Spirit? Strengthen your confidence in your divine connection with the Holy Spirit by focusing on what bible says:

As for you, the anointing you received from him remains in you, and you do not need anyone to teach you. But as his anointing teaches you about all things and as that anointing is real, not counterfeit—just as it has taught you, remain in him. (1 John 2:27)

And don’t forget to ask. To tap into the wisdom God offers you need to ask him for it. James 1:5-6 says “If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind.”

To enjoy the benefits of an intimate relationship with the Holy Spirit you must also embrace it. Step out of your comfort zone and the Holy Spirit may lead you to places you may not choose…wonderful and amazing places.

The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 7

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 7 – No fear here! 

Do you believe that it’s normal to worry about your kids? That’s actually a lie from the enemy, it’s not an inevitable part of having children, and it’s certainly not a virtue. A mother’s love doesn’t have to be in a constant state of anxiety because the bible tells us to fear not.

What will worry do for us? It will steal our joy, drain our enthusiasm for life, and darken our days with anxious thoughts and evil forebodings. It wastes our time, makes us sick and creates mental and emotional torture. Worry is sin. It’s disobedience to God. We’re supposed to live by faith not by fear.

How can we over come worry? First, we must fix mind on God’s word, not our worries. Second, refuse to dwell on the negative thoughts that creep into our heads. Third, talk yourself out of worrying; speak life. Do it by faith and your feelings will catch up. Your emotions don’t have to dictate our decisions and reactions.

I constantly fight this area; first with my children and now my grandson. It’s so easy to fall into the worry trap. When I find myself in the grip of evil forebodings, I remind myself if it doesn’t line up with God’s word it’s a lie of the enemy. If it’s a lie then the opposite will happen. I talk myself sane with the word of God.

The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 6

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 6 – Take a break…and believe

Do you ever feel like running away from home? I sure have. We all get weary and when we do this is dangerous territory because we can lose control of our emotions, we overeat, overspend, make bad decisions and get cranky. When we have nothing left to give anymore, we try to put something back, anything that will fill the void that children can drain from of us. Weariness is the enemy’s playground because we just don’t have what it takes to resist temptation. We must find ways to refresh and rest every day.

Would you like to live like you’re on vacation? Then take Jesus up on his offer in Matthew 11:28-29: Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. Like a vacation for our souls. Leave it to Jesus to solve the problems we can’t, to change attitudes others, choose to remain in his rest.

The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 5

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 5 – Keep your eyes on the mirror

What do you think Jesus would do about misbehaving children? First, he’d be confident about disciplining because he has the wisdom of God’s. Second, he’d always be patient because he has the fruit of the spirit. Third, he wouldn’t worry because he trusts God for protection. Finally, he’d be a good example 24/7 because he’s the perfect image of God.

We can be like this too because we have Christ living in us. If this is true why do what he wouldn’t do? Understand, our souls and body haven’t been resurrected like our spirits. We haven’t been transformed into his likeness. We’re a work in progress and it’s a long and difficult process.

What can you do? Be patient with yourself and remember it won’t happen overnight. Just keep trusting God. Keep looking to the bible to reveal who you are in Christ and let it show you the changes you need to make with the grace of God. Only then can you live out of your true identity.

The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 4

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 4 – Fill ‘er up!

In “The Confident Mom”, Joyce refers to moms as maternal Jekyll and Hydes. Can you relate? I know I can. One minute I’m “oh I love you my precious” then a second later Hyde says “ARE YOU KIDDING ME, YOU DID WHAT?” Do you think a mother’s love has limits or is it unconditional? First Corinthians 13:4-5 says, “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.  It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.” Seriously…patient, kind, not easily angered? I know it can surely be challenging when your child dumps water on your computer (like Kai did this morning) or when you walk into a kitchen and the floor is covered with sugar, salt, spices and for a little color lets add a bottle of mustard.

When challenged by motherhood, remember you can’t give away what you don’t have. Do you believe God loves you unconditionally? Take the time to study God’s love. Confess what the bible says about his love. Spend time meditating over verses like John 3:16; 15:9,13; 16.27; 17:23: Romans 5:8: 8:38: and 1 John 3:1. As Joyce says, “If we want to pour out God’s love into the lives of our children, we must first receive it for ourselves.”

We’re often so busy taking care of the needs of others that we ignore our own needs. The result is often fatigue, weakness and even illness. The best thing you can do for your family is to spend time with God daily. But where you go, how you find the time to be alone to get that first hour of the day with God can be a challenge. Don’t ever feel guilty about this time away from your family. It’s the best investment in your family that you can make. Your time with God is a supernatural cycle of investment and increase.

The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 3

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 3 – God can handle it

The storms of life come into all our lives at one time or another, and another, and another. Deuteronomy 31:6 says “Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.” How has this verse help you in your storms? How have you seen god’s hand in the storm?

He is with us always, even raising difficult children, screaming children, colicky babies, out too late teens, wayward 20 something’s. He’s there in the mountains of work, in despair over your challenging situations and in the dryness of broken relationships.

Don’t panic in times of trouble, don’t have the attitude “I can’t handle this”. Just ask God for a verse to pray and lean into Jesus. Whatever your need, god will give you the grace to deal with it.

“God will help you succeed as a mom and fulfill his plans through you, not because you’re perfect, but because he’s perfect.” – – Joyce Meyer

The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 2

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 2 – Perfect women need not apply

Do you strive for perfection in any area of your life? But then, if we were perfect we wouldn’t need Jesus. Remember, God wants us to do only a few simple things:

  1. Make Jesus our lord and savior
  2. Get to know Him and His word and develop an intimate relationship with Him
  3. Lean on and trust him for wisdom and strength
  4. Follow the leading of the Holy Spirit to change us

Simple? Remember, these too are gradual because we learning as we walk our individual journeys. He doesn’t expect us to be perfect but to have a relationship with him. What can you do to lessen the pull of perfectionism? Separate your who from your do. We are human beings, not human doings.

If you’re concerned about the mistakes you make while your children watch just be quick to repent and get back on track with God. Your kids will see that too and it will help them to see how things are done in the real world. They need to know we’re spiritually mature and spiritually growing. Let them see you pray every day. Let them hear you praise god. But also let them watch you stumble and get right back up walking in faith. Give it to Jesus, pray they then won’t be harmed by your occasional mistakes.

If you want some example here are a few women in the bible that made mistakes:

  • Sarah – didn’t wait for God to give her a son but ran out ahead and today we see the effects throughout the Middle East.
  • Rahab – although a prostitute she helped the Israelite spies, married one of them and became great-grandmother of King David.
  • Bathsheba – In an adulterous relationship with King David, she had a son but God allowed the child to die. Then she has Solomon who was considered to be the wisest king in the bible.

Then there are more contemporary mothers, such as your very own mentor mom. I’ve had to fight perfectionism all my life but I have learned to trust in God and remember that I am not what I do.

How have you conquered the need to strive for perfection?

The Confident Mom by Joyce Meyer, chapter 1

Bible Study Notes: The confident Mom, chapter 1 – Are we having fun yet?

Are you a joyful mom or is your joy burdened by the daily mundane? What can you do about life’s burdens? You can:

eliminate it…does it really need done at all?
Delegate it…can someone else do it?
Procrastinate…does it really need done now?

But at a deeper level, how can you have the confidence and joy to be a mother?

  • Believe God has equipped you with all you need.
  • Don’t focus on weaknesses and shortcomings
  • celebrate what God has given you

“God didn’t create us to raise our children under a cloud of insecurity. Insecurity saps our faith. It robs us of our joy. It cheats us out of the boldness we need to really excel at what God has called us to do.” – – Joyce Meyer, The Confident Mom

Share Your World – 2016 Week 1

Each Monday Cee Neuner of Cee’s Photography asks four questions as a way for us to get to know each other. I hope you enjoy sharing my world.

As a child, who was your favorite relative?

My Uncle Paul, he taught me about geography, travel, photography and the national parks. I was devastated when he passed. I was only ten. Years later I’d say my grandmother (MeMe). Of course today my fave is Kai. My life is greatly enhanced by my little joy boy.

If you could be a tree or plant, what would you be?

Weeping Willow, I was Uncle Paul’s favorite and mine. They look mysterious. Now I love palm trees, I love living in paradise.

What would be your preference, awake before dawn or awake before noon?

Dawn is best seen just before bedtime. If i had my choice I wouldn’t get up before the crack of noon. But my daughter waits all morning for me to take over with Kai so get up about 10:00am-ish

Would you like to sleep in a human size nest in a tree or be snuggled in a burrowed spot underground?

I’ll take that tree house tent featured on Cee’s page. Even as much as I fear heights I love the idea of a tree top nest

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I’m grateful for a couple big projects, so I’ll be very busy the next few weeks. I was looking forward to another week week of relaxing, now I look forward to making more money. I need a van…have van will travel.



Share Your World – 2015 Week #52

Each Monday Cee Neuner of Cee’s Photography asks four questions as a way for us to get to know each other. I hope you enjoy sharing my world.

Tell how you are feeling today in the form of a weather report. (For example, partly cloudy, sunny with a chance for showers, etc.) 

sunny and 90°, possibly reflecting our record breaking temps down here. It’s been a good day

What is most memorable about your high school years?

Good lord, so many to choose from, here’s a few highlights

  • I was our schools feature baton twirler (geek)
  • I was runner up for the Jr Miss pageant (geek)
  • I, along with hundreds of other students, walked out of school and did a protest march over the dismissal of our beloved principal. (rebel)
  • beach parties (hippie – the real me)

Have you ever owned a rock, pet rock, or gem that is not jewelry?

too funny, nope.

Complete this sentence:  I like watching…

science fiction tv or movies (maybe geek is my true self, I know my daughters would agree)

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

The last time I “shared my world” I was looking forward to our day at SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration. Well, Kai got very sick for several days. But I am grateful that we were at least able to take him in the Polar Express. He was so excited, he’ waited three Christmases to go on the ride (height restriction). I was sad we missed ALL the shows but there’s always next year.

I’m also thankful for a relaxing, peaceful Christmas…very good day.

I’m looking forward to NYE, my first time since 2009 I’ll spend it with adults. We’re having a few people from out bible study over, lots of food and games for the kids.

I hope you all had a great Christmas and a blesses new year




I’m losing control!!

i can't controll the whole world

Thought Conditioner #40

They shall hunger no more, neither thirst anymore; neither shall the sun light on them, nor any heat. For the lamb which is in the midst of the throne shall feed them, and shall lead them unto living fountains of waters: and God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes. Revelation 7:16-17, KJV

This is one of the most comforting passages in all literature. It teaches that our loved ones are in a place of peace and beauty. They are under the watchful care of God and regularly experience His tenderness. The deep hunger and thirst of their souls has been satisfied. God, like a loving mother, puts His protection over them and with a kindly hand wipes away every tear from their eyes. This He has done for your dear ones who have crossed over to the other side.

If you learn to love this passage and meditate upon it, He will wipe away every tear from your eyes, also.

~ ~ Norman Vincent Peale


There is no need to wait till we reach the other side of life to receive God’s loving care. We will still experience hunger, thirst and other basic needs, but God will fulfill our needs and set our hearts at rest if we lean on and trust him. We can experience the kingdom of God right now as we dwell in his hove.

Reflect: Are you resting in the love of God? Are you experiencing is peace?




Thought Conditioner #39

And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive them, so that your Father in heaven may forgive you your sins. Mark 11:25, NIV

If you are not getting answers to your prayers, check yourself very thoroughly and honestly as to whether you have resentments in your mind.

Spiritual power cannot pass through a personality where resentment exists. Hate is a non-conductor of spiritual energy.

I suggest that every time you pray, you add this phrase, “Lord, take from my thought all ill will, grudges, hates, jealousies.” Then practice casting these things from your thoughts.

~ ~ Norman Vincent Peale


What we hold against another is a strong soul blocker. The Holy Spirit cannot, no, will not, penetrate into that darkness. Much is said throughout the bible on unforgivenss. It is a sin against the second law – love your neighbor. Who is our neighbor? Well, who isn’t? Holding any resentment, anger, unforgivenes…against another is a slap in the face of God. Look at all he has forgiven and continues to forgive us for.

Reflect: Is there any (list different ways you hold something against another, i.e. resentment, envy, jealousy, etc) in your heart towards another. Forgive immediately, not for them but for your own soul. For what God has done for you.

Share Your World – 2015 Week #50

Each Monday Cee Neuner of Cee’s Photography asks four questions as a way for us to get to know each other. I hope you enjoy sharing my world.

Favorite thing to photograph? Write? Or Cook?

I actually like all three but photography is my fav. I love anything nature or wilderness but specifically waterfalls. I do need a bumper sticker that says “I break for waterfalls” because I do and have.

I’ve always enjoyed writing and my ability to express myself is the only way I passed any of my classes. I write non-fiction and prefer to write bible studies and encouraging spiritual pieces.

Cooking, I’m not really into cooking although I do enjoy developing recipes. I’m a pretty good baker but have been known as a chocolatier.

Did you like swinging as a child? Do you still get excited when you see a swing? 

I must still be a child. Oddly, since I hate heights and the sensation of falling but I do love reaching great heights on a swing. Good thing I have a grandson, I still get to swing.

What has surprised you about blogging?

At first I was surprised I got likes, even more surprised people were following me. I guess that’s because I didn’t know you could do either. I started the blog as a journal for the folks back home while I was on my two-year journey. I found it strange anyone else would find it interesting.

What surprises me know is the amount of work it takes to keep it running. And it’s not just writing the posts, you need to prep, plan, develop new ideas for content, maintenance, promote and be a friend. Following others, responding to likes and comments takes a lot of time.

I’m also surprised at the friendship and community I’ve found and this is a most welcome surprise.

List at least five favorite desserts.

let’s just go with categories here:

  1. creamy deserts like cream pies (key lime), cheese cake, éclairs, cream puffs, fruit with cream. Ok, anything with CREAM and/or cream cheese
  2. ice CREAM esp: chocolate almond, butter pecan, pistachio, and the king of deserts: coffee ice cream
  3. donuts, esp: Dunkin Donuts French crullers and anything CREAM filled
  4.  cake, any except German chocolate as long as there’s more CREAMY frosting than cake
  5. Oh, just give me a can of Ready Whip and I’m good to go

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I’m so grateful that I live in a city with so much going on. In the town I came from it was hard to find much to do, especially in the winter. We usually go somewhere every weekend to check out the different holiday celebrations here in central Florida, this year I had to cut it to three.

First we went to Disney’s Hollywood Studios Then last weekend we went to Busch Gardens, tomorrow I’m looking forward to SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration.

This year is particularly special, Kai will get to ride the Polar Express for the first time. He just makes the height cut off by 1/2 inch. It’s been hard these past years not being able to let him ride. The Polar Express is one of his favorite movies (along with Cars). He watches it year round.




Deliver me from my fears

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Thought Conditioner #38

I sought the Lord, and he answered me; he delivered me from all my fears. Psalm 34:4, NIV

A cure for fear that will absolutely work is to get close to God in your thoughts. He is the only certain, unchanging factor in the world. He will never let you down, nor forget you. If plagued by fear, do what this text says: “Seek the Lord.” That may be done by spending 15 minutes every day just thinking about God. You can split this up into five minute periods, but never let a day pass without spending 15 minutes thinking about God.

Each day, make the following statement, “I surrender myself and all my problems, my loved ones, my future into the hands of God, and I trust Him.”

Three times every day, thank God for all His goodness. Soon your life will be filled with God, and emptied of apprehensions.

~ ~ Norman Vincent Peale


There can be no fear in faith but there can be no faith without God. The more we experience God the more our faith will grow. Fear is a great tormentor and a key tool of our enemy. With fear he can eradicate our faith putting a wedge between us and God.

Reflect: Do you fight fear? Do you have trouble living to Jesus? Repent of your disbelief and let the peace of Jesus calm your fears.

Share Your World – 2015 Week #49

Each Monday Cee Neuner of Cee’s Photography asks four questions as a way for us to get to know each other. I hope you enjoy sharing my world.

What would be your ideal birthday present, and why?

For my last big birthday I traveled the US & Canada for two years. Hard to beat that one. For my 60th I’d like to travel the world, all 6 (7) continents. I’d like photographs from each country including Iguazu Falls, South America and Victoria Falls, Africa.

What color would you like your bedroom to be?

I don’t usually go with colors so much as themes. Before Florida my living room was “rain forest” but now all I have is a bedroom so it’s changed from “India” to rain forest but without the plants. Still can’t trust Kai around them. But it still has the woodsy look with lots of greens and browns.

Would you prefer snowy winters, or not, and why? 

I didn’t leave everything and move to Florida to experience a snowy winter, however, I would love to see Yellowstone covered in snow. But only for a week or so.

Would you rather go a week without bathing, but be able to change your clothes, or a week without a change of clothes, but be able to bathe?

The thought of putting dirty clothes on a clean body grosses me out too much. Besides I don’t do anything to get dirty and a wash cloth and soap would help me thru.

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I’m grateful that this cold is letting up and I’m looking forward to our yearly visit to Busch Garden’s Christmas Town. And a bonus we’re going with an old friend I haven’t seen in years.



Quiet Rest

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Thought Conditioner #37

This is a place of quiet rest. Isaiah 28:12, NLT

These few words remind us of a spring of cool water because of their renewing quality. The frequent use of today’s text has an invigorating effect.

Sometimes, after a busy day or even in the midst of exacting activities, stop and say these words over to yourself and note how they dissipate weariness and refresh the body, mind, and spirit.

The best method for using these words is to say them slowly, emphasizing their soft quiet melody. At the same time conceive of peace, rest, and renewal as coming to you.

~ ~ Norman Vincent Peale


Yet another piece of advice I need to take. With little time and space for quiet solitude I need to find it where I can. Often the bathroom works but that’s not even off-limits to a four-year-old. I need to seek my place of quiet rest in the midst of chaos. If Paul can find contentment in a Roman prison filled with sewage, and yes lots of noise, I can surely find quiet in my chaos.

Reflect: Where do you find your quiet rest?

Share Your World – 2015 Week #48

Each Monday Cee Neuner of Cee’s Photography asks four questions as a way for us to get to know each other. I hope you enjoy sharing my world.

Are you a hugger or a non-hugger?

With family and close friends I’m definitely a hugger, with strangers not so much.

What is your favorite toppings on pizza?

What isn’t? oh, I could do without anchovies. My favorites are Hawaiian, chicken bacon ranch, and bbq chicken with red onions.

If you were the original designer of one existing corporate logo, which one would you select?

While this isn’t my favorite it definitely has worldwide recognition – the Golden Arches. I think my favorite is Coca Cola, it’s so versatile. No matter the words, you still see coke.

Complete this sentence:  Where I can seek my solace is… 

any wilderness area, there can’t be another human within a couple miles. I don’t want to hear you car, music or talking. Unfortunately here in tourist central I don’t get any solace.

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I haven’t participated in a few weeks so I’ll go back a few weeks. The weekend before Thanksgiving we, my whole family, were given free tickets to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. None of us have been to any of the Disney parks.  What a blessing. We had so much fun.

After that Kai and I caught horrible colds and today is the first day I’ve been up long enough to do much at all. So I look forward to a week of good health.


The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights. (Last year for this)