Tag Archives: Memories

The Magic of Christmas

The Magic of Christmas

Is it just me or did the holiday season seem like more fun back in the day? I remember being a little kid and so getting so excited about the holiday season. I couldn’t wait until the see the Christmas lights, hear the holiday music on the radio or in the mall, and put up […]

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The Highly Sensitive Person Pt. 2

The Highly Sensitive Person Pt. 2

Psychologist Elaine N Aron began exploring the personality trait of high sensitivity in 1991, no doubt made more pertinent by the realisation of her own heightened sensitivity. What followed was a vast amount of research, which led to her publishing a number of books including ‘The Highly Sensitive Person’ and ‘The Highly Sensitive Person In […]

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The Pink Ribbon That I Earned

The Pink Ribbon That I Earned

It is with tears that I write this: I earned a pink ribbon when I was 14 years old, not because I had survived breast cancer: but because my aunt couldn’t wear it. I was my aunt’s baby plain and simple. My Great Aunt Ollie hung my stars and moon. I was an auntie’s baby […]

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Snap Shot of a Highly Sensitive Person. Pt I

Snap Shot of a Highly Sensitive Person. Pt I

When I was a child, I lived very much in my own mind. I had a vivid and colourful imagination and spent most of my waking hours lost in another world, a spell binding fantastical world. Very much supported by my ravenous love and insatiable appetite for literature and poetry, my adventures were distinct and […]

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The Race Against Time

The Race Against Time

Timing is essential in many aspects of life and punctuality is the building block to satisfying your comfort and satisfaction.  You are rewarded for timeliness and meeting deadlines and reprimanded for tardiness and untimely completion of tasks.  This aptitude to recognize time as the expectation you place upon yourself for complete happiness.  (Based on age […]

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Interview on the Dr. Vibe Show

Interview on the Dr. Vibe Show

Last night  I was interviewed on the Dr. Vibe Show about Mind of a Diva and our Breast Cancer Awareness initiative. I had such an amazing time being on the show, and I want to thank Dr. Vibe for having me on as a guest.  Check out the video of our interview, I definitely shared […]

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If I Could Escape

If I Could Escape

It’s been almost a month since Big Mama passed away, the days since getting that call have been a blur. Many of my days and weeks have all mixed in together in my mind as I try to come to terms with all that’s happened. It’s been hard to cope with the fact that she […]

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The Words I Didn’t Say

The Words I Didn’t Say

When it was time to start saying goodbye all I could do was cry. My loved one has left this world, but I felt that apart of me had died. So many people came to see you and share memories about how beautiful a person you were. They spoke about how amazing of a teacher […]

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Discover the Real You

Discover the Real You

Growing up my youngest brother would always do everything that my middle brother would do. He would follow him around like a mini me, but one day he stopped and started to be himself. For some reason this memory made me start thinking about how some people work so hard to be someone else because […]

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A House Full of Memories

Last week I helped my parents pack up the house I grew up in to move into their new home. As I packed up rooms around the house and my childhood toys I started to get sad. It seemed like packing those things away also ended the memories. Ever inch of that house held a […]

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