Category: Costa Rica

#210 – A few favorite quotes

One day, while sitting in Relief Society, in my all Spanish-speaking ward, I was reading a talk by President Monson and felt very moved and inspired.  One quote after another jumped off of the page at me.  I quickly started to copy and paste them in an email because I wanted to reread them and ponder them some more.   What… Read more →

#209 – A dose of Meg

I read this post yesterday and I felt so touched by her writing that I felt I needed to share it too.     Meg Johnson – “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings”    I adore the way that Meg writes.  I feel like at times in my life I can write this way too.  But the last few months… Read more →

#119 – The Temple in Me

Every Wednesday, for the past 3 years, I have been attending the temple. I have felt an urge to be there, almost as if I had a personal calling from the Lord that I needed to go each and every Wednesday morning and serve in the temple. I have completed hundreds of ordinances and that thought alone brings me so… Read more →

#118 – Bad Habits

I have bitten my nails for as long as I can remember. It has always been a satisfying way to relieve stress, panic, anxiety, frustration, anger and even overwhelming feelings of happiness. There was nothing more satisfying then cutting a nail perfectly with my teeth and then playing with it in my mouth. Now, saying these things makes me sick… Read more →

#117 – Confused, Hurting but Hopeful

I woke this morning to another nightmare. I had one yesterday too. The irony is that these nightmares, although terrifying and petrifying, also have a sense of beauty and love woven into them. Yesterday’s nightmare tried to create fear in losing all we have just worked so hard to acquire financially. This morning’s nightmare forced me to watch the potential… Read more →