Time Marches On

Wanderlust

It has been a while since my last post. I could give you a million excuses to explain why I have not published in the past six months. Instead, I’ll give you all an update.

Back in January, I was living in Nashville and loving the city. The problem was with my job. I understand that we have to take the bitter with the sweet, but there are times when we must utilize the 80/20 rule. Nothing is perfect. So, be willing to accept the crazy twenty percent, as long as the eighty percent brings you joy. Since my joy percentage was significantly less than eighty, I decided to pick up another travel assignment.

Arizona was my home for the past six months. After the first month, I was considering making Phoenix my permanent residence. Arizona is a beautiful state. The scenery is mind-blowing. And I had developed a great relationship with my coworkers. For the first time in my traveling career, I extended my contract in April. But then, summer appeared.

I am a southern girl. I am used to heat and humidity. I worked in Tucson for three months back in 2019, but I was not ready for one hundred and fifteen degrees. It was extremely hot everyday. So, I am sure you know by now what happened. I did not extend my contract in July. The 80/20 rule was null and void due to the extreme heat.

Currently, I am in Alabama spending some time with my mother and family. I am going to use this time to pray for guidance in regards to my next step. My family laughs when I tell them that I am ready to settle down. “You do not allow grass to grow under your feet.” I will prove them wrong. I pray.

Time is precious, and it does not sit back and wait on anyone. My mind is always thinking about places to explore on this planet. But I have learned over the past ten years that I can continue to explore to see new places and meet new people while residing permanently in one city.

My steps are divinely ordered, so I wait to see where my permanent residence will be and the work He has for me.

Talk to you soon! I promise. 💗

Biking For A Cause

I recently completed the Survivingbreastcancer.org Coast-to-Coast Virtual Breast Cancer fundraiser – bike, run, walk.

It was amazing because I was knocking on the door of becoming a couch potato. It was the motivation I needed. I completed 150 miles in 4 weeks!

So, now, the plan is to stay active.

With the change of seasons, I am now walking from the parking lot to the hospital instead of taking the shuttle. It’s a good mile one way.

Every step counts. So, stay active!

Talk to you soon!

Surviving Breast Cancer

I am a child of the most high God. By his stripes, I am healed. I am going through the process.

I fight for my aunts who lost their battles. I fight to show my strength. I fight to bring awareness. I fight for my loving son.

Talk to you soon.