Sunday Reflections

Sunday Reflections: A Red Marble

This is a lovely little story that goes to show just how important a little kindness can be and the impact it can have on a person's life. Image by SeaReeds from Pixabay, Edited by Haphazard Homemaker A Red Marble During the waning years of the depression, in a small southwestern Idaho community, I used… Continue reading Sunday Reflections: A Red Marble

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Sunday Reflection: The Art of Patience

Patience is a virtue. Patience is the ability to tolerate delay without frustration. Those with patience are able to remain calm and avoid impulsive action when faced with challenges. Being impatient has little to offer. The line at the store is impervious to your thoughts and emotions. If you’re stuck, you may as well enjoy… Continue reading Sunday Reflection: The Art of Patience

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Sunday Reflections: How to Build Emotional Resilience

While you are in the grasp of strong negative emotions it may seem difficult to build any resilience to life's less pleasurable experiences. It is possible though, and that's a thought you should bear in mind if you are experiencing excessive negative thoughts. How is it that some people give up and cry into a… Continue reading Sunday Reflections: How to Build Emotional Resilience

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Sunday Reflections: Guide for Coping When Feeling Distressed

Talking with friends, it's evident that so many of us are still feeling somewhat depressed since Covid19. I know it's difficult to be positive when we have no idea when this will end or what the future will bring, but it's important for all of us to practice self-care. I've struggled with some depression too.… Continue reading Sunday Reflections: Guide for Coping When Feeling Distressed

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“Alexa, drop in on Mom.” (There’s an Echo in here.) — run | sew | read

I read this wonderful post from a fellow blogger that I follow and it is a brilliant idea! Please read her post about how easily family can stay in touch with elderly parents when you can't visit them. My wheelchair-bound mom with advanced Parkinson’s, is in a care home, locked down for the pandemic. My… Continue reading “Alexa, drop in on Mom.” (There’s an Echo in here.) — run | sew | read