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Patience - It just takes too long to wait

As the first post on my new blog, I just want to share something that I, as a Christian, have been struggling with lately. I don’t know if I’m the only one that does this, but I know it’s an almost daily battle for me. 336 more words


Lunch For One

I stepped out of my comfort zone and went to lunch alone.  I actually went to a restaurant (“quick service” style) and sat at a table alone and enjoyed a meal ALONE.   245 more words

Pool Day

It’s been unbearably hot recently and so everyone quickly jumped in agreement when my friend suggested we spend the day at the pool. Me, having not liked swimming since… well I’m not exactly sure when but I’m pretty sure that’s the reason I quit swimming lessons, well I brought a basketball to keep me occupied while the others splashed around in the water. 426 more words

Journal Entries

Therapy of the Breath

After three days of migraine ravaging my brain, thunder shaking the skies and shards of lightning splintering the earth, I return to the pond.
But the habit of not swimming grinds me into complacency. 295 more words

Walden Pond

Day 10 of 10

“Nothing worth having comes easy.” I repeat this to myself every time I am faced with a challenge. It plays on repeat each time I want to give up, instead of putting in the effort to achieve a goal. 560 more words

Inner Dialogue

Art Life Connection - Volume 4; Number 7- Taming My Inner Higgins

Art Life Connection - Volume 4; Number 7

by Cathleen Elise Rossiter

“Taming My Inner Higgins”

Stalwart, upright, honorable. All of these are admirable qualities possessed by  455 more words

Art Life Connection

Art Life Connection - Volume 4, Number 5 - Dancing and Broken Monuments

Art Life Connection – Volume 4; Number 5

By Cathleen Elise Rossiter

“Dancing and Broken Monuments”

We build monuments as a means to leave behind a physical remembrance of an important event or the wonderful aspects of an extraordinary person. 418 more words

Art Life Connection