My blog, The Morning Butterfly, is my personal healing Journey. Through my experience, I share what I call the cha cha of life, and hope that it inspires others to dig deep and heal their wounds, allowing them to soar!
“Oh What we could be if we stopped carrying the remains of who we were.”~Tyler Knott Gregson Most of us like parts of us, and there are parts that we wish were different. Perhaps there are situations we wish were different, or parts of our personality, patterns of behavior that we wish were different. Many…Read More
“What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?” ~ Vincent Van Gogh Courage comes in so many forms, from the courage it takes to go off into battle, to the courage it takes to step out of the door and into something new. Courage means something different to each of us.…Read More
“Learn the difference between connection and attachment. Connection gives you power. Attachment sucks the life out of you” ~ Unknown The difference between a deep connection that you want, need and enjoy and feeling attached, as if you need to hang on for dear life, is a distinction that, at times, is hard to see.…Read More
JFK once said, “Change is good.” He was focused on changing the country, policies and practices, and the way forward which looked different than the path used to be. His words were used in the corporate world when change was needed, somehow as a way for people to rally around the change; “if it’s good…Read More
“People will do anything, no matter how absurd, to avoid facing their own souls” ~ Carl Jung “Perhaps. The problem is. You overthink too much. And you don’t allow yourself to feel what your heart wants to feel.” ~r.m. drake These two quotes showed up this week, one right after the other. Talk about the…Read More
Jackson Court was an idyllic little street to grow up on in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Twenty houses lining a cul-de-sac with a park at the end of the street. The park had swings and jungle gyms, tennis courts, basketball courts and a softball field. The houses were brand new homes built in 1961 and…Read More
A young mom was walking through Home Depot with her 2 year old boy by her side. He was exercising his newfound independence by not allowing her to hold him and walking on his own. He stopped at every flower and sniffed them. He walked from row to row, smelling flowers and letting his mom…Read More