Category Archives: Speaking

Pursuing your Passion

June 29, 2016

What is your passion? What activities make you light up? What do you love to do so much that you’d do it for free? So … do you do it? Is your passion part of your life? Do you do this thing that you love to do in your present job? Does your daily life reflect who […]

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July 2, 2014

Last weekend I was treated like a rock star. I drove across the state to Durham to speak to a dear group of ladies who have been reading my book in their care group. Once I entered the fellowship hall, bedecked in the colors of both the Romanian and Hungarian flags, these wonderful ladies eagerly […]

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I Dreamed a Dream (and I’m glad I didn’t say “no”)

February 25, 2013

Last week, I pondered whether I say “yes” to too many things, wondering what I should eliminate from my schedule. The comments I received – mostly via email so you aren’t able to see them – were a mixed bag. The jury is still out and I’ve received valuable input from every possible viewpoint. Today, however, I […]

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A Different Kind of Birthday

November 5, 2012

 Yesterday was my birthday. And my husband’s birthday. We enjoyed a very mellow, relaxing day. After all, we’ve both had a lot of birthdays and the years certainly have gathered speed of late – rather like a giant snowball racing downhill – so it all feels a bit old hat. After church, we went out to brunch, read the […]

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