Let Your Dreams Take New Life

Spring has arrived. The blooms, the neon green baby leaves,

Spring Flowers

and the layer of yellow on the cars declare its arrival.

Now to shake off the cobwebs and dust from our ambitions and restart our pursuit of our goals. It’s easy to let momentum die and leave us by the road. But it is much harder to get back on track.

I challenge you to take now as the time to get back in the race.

Remember those goals or resolutions from January? Or maybe it was a dream we were afraid to accept?

With all the new life springing up around us in nature, now is a great time to rededicate ourselves to those goals we’ve left unfinished.

Earlier, on The Write Conversation, I gave some tips on how to  get re-motivated and maybe reach that goal this time.  (Press here for link.)

Thank you for reading. And please leave a comment if there is something you are motivated to pick back up. I would love to be your cheerleader.

The Value of Pets

I wrote this when I lost a very special pet a few years ago.

Pets can form special bonds with us. Their bonds add so much to our lives. If you have a special pet, enjoy the relationship.

Read the article here.

I would love to hear about your special pet. Just leave me a comment.

 

My Thoughts on Charles Stanley’s Standing Strong

A few days ago, over on The Write Conversation, I wrote about Charles Stanley’s new book, Standing Strong. In it, he writes about how our convictions help us when we face adversity.

The Bible makes it clear that just because we trust in Jesus, doesn’t mean that everything will go smoothly. To the contrary, God uses adversity to teach us about Him.

Click here to head over to The Write Conversation to read more about my thoughts on his really fine and helpful book.