I love mentoring - I enjoy sharing my personal development story, especially in the areas of purpose and relationships. But like many of us who have a gift (or a passionate love) for something, I easily overestimate my abilities. This was my folly and naivety in the early days - operating like ... Read More about Want To Stay Young? Mentor Someone.
Moving from Africa to America is not for the faint of heart, I have discovered. Six months down the road and it feels as though six centuries have passed. It has been a roller coaster - the thrills have frightened the daylights out of me and agonies snapped me to quick reality. A new ... Read More about Moving From Africa to America – New Culture, New Life
I listened to a great song yesterday. The Chorus went something like this; "Let faith arise I lift my hands to believe again You are my refuge You are my strength As I pour out my heart These things I remember You are faithful God. Forever" I need hope to rise again in my ... Read More about Overcoming My Christmas Blues & Welcoming 2012
Christmas in Africa, what a joyous memory! It's my first Christmas in the United States. My husband and I recently relocated from Kenya and coming from a different culture, I am fascinated by the local enthusiasm for this holiday. It's the season to be generous, have fun, exchange ... Read More about Christmas in Africa – My Earliest Memories of Merry Celebrations
Which bride expects to contract chickenpox three days to her wedding? In my last post, I shared how I contracted chickenpox 3 days to my wedding and today I want to share the specifics of what happened and the three things I took away from that season. Chickenpox 3 days to my wedding My ... Read More about What I learned From Contracting Chickenpox 3 Days To My Wedding