When circumstances are tough you might be tempted to pull into an emotional or even physical lockdown. It can feel safer to shut down emotionally and pull back from everything and everyone. Injury or illness can lead to a physical lockdown. There are steps you can take to break free.
Learning to let go one more time “It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to Cry if I want to, cry if I want to. You would cry too if it happened to you.” (A popular song from the 60s by Lesley Gore) You thought you were ready for this, but you never […]
A southern brunch in the deep south–aahh, there’s nothing like it. Shrimp, sausage and grits with gravy, hot biscuits stuffed with country ham, egg casseroles with melted cheese on top, a fruit compote with whipped cream, homemade scones dripping with butter. my.oh.my. bring.it.on. I can smell the aroma and taste the goodness right now. The […]
Have you ever heard the expression “plum tuckered out?” It is commonly used among us southerners, and is a term for being exhausted. It originates from the “Deep South” during the Civil War. I first heard my grandmother say it after being in the kitchen all day cooking for a family gathering. Then I heard […]