Thursday, June 25, 2009


I remember when I was a little girl I would watch Charlie’s Angels non-stop and dream of becoming a “for real” Charlie’s Angel. I adored that show and thought how great life would be if we all had a “Charlie” in our life, protecting us, but never showing his face (and we all do, He is called God, the greatest protector we could ever wish for).

I am sad to say that after a three year battle with cancer, Farrah Fawcett died this morning at St. John's Hospital at Santa Monica with Ryan O'Neal by her side. What a wonderful graceful woman she was!

In tough times like this I have to venture that a lot of people believe that God has a bigger better purpose for all of us and at the end of the day, we are here to support and exult one another, to make the best of what God has given for us to do, and to live each day as the “hands and feet of Jesus in the world”.

There is much to do in this lifetime, a lot we can all do to make a difference and, especially, to make wherever we are rooted the best place possible for our family, friends and ourselves.

Rest in Peace, Farrah. You will definitely be missed.

Tuesday, June 09, 2009


“To the world you may be one person,
but to one person you may be the world.”

Everybody in this world has a purpose in life, we are unique. We were created for something, sometimes it comes out naturally, other times you have to look for it. I have said this before and I will say it again that I believe my purpose in life is to encourage and help others. I love giving and helping others and if you think about it, it does not take a lot of effort to give back or to help out. Sometimes it is a simple smile or being there for the people you love, and as time goes by, you will see how much of a difference you make in this world.

I believe you should always treat others with kindness, generosity, honesty, and respect and our goal should not merely be to achieve goodness, but to be good for something. To have value that we offer to the world. Our purpose is the path that we choose to follow which reminds me of a broad paintbrush that colors all areas of our life. When all of our goals are aligned with our purpose here on earth, we will be genuine human beings with integrity.

I would like to remember two very important people who gave all.

Dwain Gleason

Dwain Gleason, who died on June 1, 2009. He was the silver lining of the IT Department at Kevin’s work. Dwain was loved and respected by many people and touched the lives of people he had never even met. Someone posted this comment on his obituary guestbook and I couldn’t have said it better myself:

he was truly one of the most genuine, thoughtful, witty, and intelligent people I've been privileged to come in contact with. His impact on those around him is a testament to his inherent goodness. The world was blessed to have him and I am glad I was briefly in association with him years ago. And now it seems heaven will be the latest place to get REAL BBQ. What a wonderful soul. Peace.”

Rest in Peace Dwain. You will be greatly missed here on earth.

Jonnae Taylor

Today also marks the year anniversary of Jonnae Taylor’s death. She was an amazing angel here on earth and reminded us all that we do not have to do anything, WE GET TO! :)