In a world of curdling sippy cups, crushed gold fish crackers under the car seats, and perhaps even your white-knuckled grip on your last ounce of sanity after a day with the kids, the boss or both, this is an exciting day!!
I personally invite you to journey with me together ~ through this blog, its stories, tips, videos, photo galleries & the upcoming radio show ~ as we discuss life, love, parenting, relationships, and empowerment by finding your Bright Spot.
What is the Bright Spot?
When the world deals you a rough hand, it’s looking for the good in any situation. You know, the silver lining, the lesson learned, the insight, the blessing, the take-away value…ultimately, the hope!
But how can I help empower you?” Oh, believe me, I’ve been there -click on Mission “Bright Spot” in the navigation bar above to get the whole story, but here’s just a glimpse of finding that brilliant spot of hope in my life to empower myself over and over again.
Oh, the extremes!!
I’ve dined at Parliament, and have grabbed dollar burgers at Mickey D’s.
I’ve been chauffeured around England in a Rolls Royce, and I’ve had my finely-coiffed hair sucked out of a tornado-ravaged-blown-out back window of a pick-up truck driven by a wannabe cowboy on a first date. Dear Lord, help me empower myself!
I’ve been served decadent dinners on Caribbean beaches by full moon; and served up my own mac&cheese at home on the fly.
I’ve been interrogated by the FBI (nerve-wracking!) and I’ve been hit by lightening (more nerve-wracking!!); when store registers freeze, my husband smiles at the cashiers, “Oh, that’s just my wife; she’s electric!”
I’ve kissed fools and I’ve kissed princes (yep, the kind with crowns and egos) and sometimes the fool was the prince.
I’ve enjoyed scrumptious escargot within Ascot’s Royal Enclosure, and sputtered up chunks of meat when I found out it was black snake soup in China.
I’ve traveled in private planes, & have been scrunched in the back row of economy class next to the toilets.
And I’ve certainly dated my share of losers and learned the hard way what the lesson – the Bright Spot – in each sour relationship was – finding out exactly what I didn’t want in a man or a relationship!
So when my husband came along, I knew instantly. We were only in each other’s company 46 days when we married.
Look, I love flowers but I’m no gardener. I love to eat but I’m no cook.
So who am I? Ultimately, I’m a wife, a mom, a daughter, a sister, a woman seizing every minute with gratitude. Enjoy these moments with those you love.
Look at the lesson, the gift, the blessing in every situation – good or bad – find your Bright Spot and start empowering yourself today!