Saturday, February 23, 2013
A lesson in Faith and Trust
LIFE THROWS CURVE-BALLS; an unexpected death, a forced move, health issues. We don’t know when or where they’ll land or how we will deal with them until circumstances arise.
Transitioning is difficult and stressful – it’s wrestling with the unknown. Some of us are fortunate to have families that can assist, but sometimes they live far away. Some of us don’t have families and we feel alone. Having an advocate for yourself or a loved one is the first step.
Today, I was looking for a way to take this photo:
And turn it into this:
I searched online. I watched 2 youtube videos and scratched my head, wondering if I have a learning disability. So, I thought I’d try something unique and found a text article by this terrific writer Lesa Snider. She explains things in a way I can understand, which is no easy feat. I am quite content with the results.
Ben was a inventor, author, signor of the Declaration of Independence, and so much more. He has inspired me in many ways. I’ve been organizing individuals and businesses for over 10 years. There is one thing for certain; an organized workspace makes for an organized and quiet mind. This picture was taken at a clients’ office. She actually had plenty of space which is a nice thing to have, but she didn’t know how to best utilize the space. We […]