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May
04
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They are Watching You: A Mom’s Impact on Her Children

With Mother’s Day closely approaching, I thought it would be a great time to reflect on the impact that my health journey has had on my children. I am a stepmom to two boys, 14 and 11 years old.  I also have two daughters, ages 3 and 4 years old. […]



May
07
Howie Kendrick- On Deck

The On Deck Circle

I played baseball my whole childhood. My dad coached me until I was 12 years old, and they were some of the greatest memories. I remember being a catcher, and throwing out kids at second base. I remember pitching and playing 1st base and hitting. I remember the rivalry with […]



Jun
07

Pain is Temporary

How many times do we find ourselves wishing the pain would just go away. We wish it was over, the lesson was learned, the pain subsided- that this hell we endure would be only a simple glimpse. When we wish pain away, we forget that pain is a necessary part […]



May
19

Daily Writing

I spent the morning at a women’s conference in Covina, CA and all I can say is wow… My dad spoke as a guest keynote speaker, he knocked it out of the park. The music was exhilarating, the people excited, and the tears flowing. I travel and speak, and I […]



Apr
19

I am Ok?

I am ok… or am I? martinl13 6 days ago Am I OK?  How many of us walk through everyday telling everyone else the above statement? I am OK… We make a point of living this statement out, and trying to convince everyone else that I am OK, that I […]



Sep
23

What I learned from a 5th Grader

How could this be learned from a 5th grader? When I visited Holladay Elementary school this week, I had no idea a student would impact me this way. I couldn’t imagine that I would be taught a lesson by a fifth grade boy who sat in my audience. This is […]