Tag: PamHorton.Life

Be Bold

I know too many people who let life happen to them.  The don’t like to rock the boat. They don’t like confrontation.  Who does?  Well, okay, there are those who do enjoy that sort of thing. In general, most people would prefer to avoid confrontation. However, there comes a time when you need to take…
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Hopeful

These are tough times. Not only are we dealing with a pandemic, but also racial tension, and political chaos.  Look at any research, the number may be different based on what the study is looking at but, you will see that mental health issues are on the rise in our country. Even people who have…
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It’s a new day

Mindset. It’s a powerful thing.  I would like you to listen to THIS SONG VIDEO before continuing to read. Think about the words you saw and heard.                 Many of the lyrics mention something and then say, “you know how I feel.”  How DO you feel about those things? Is it something that brings you…
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Enjoy the moment

So, this happened this morning. *Side note: I’m not fully caffeinated, these are just the musing of the morning. When the thoughts flow, I gotta run with them. Have an awesome weekend!! While having my coffee this morning, I glanced up to see the sky ablaze with a vibrant sunrise. How cool is that?! Even…
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Choose Joy this December!

We cannot let situations determine our outlook on life, our hope for the future, or our joy in the present.

Finances, priorities, and decisions during the Christmas season

Christmas should not be about stress, the decorations, the presents, the activities. This is when you have to take a hard look at your priorities.

Holding on to Thanksgiving

“This is the day the Lord has made, We will Rejoice and be Glad in it,” Psalm 118:24. Today is the day after Thanksgiving. Are you still thankful? How many people were thankful yesterday, but have gone right back to being cranky today? Do you know some Black Friday shoppers who are not thankful they have…
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Help Others be Thankful

November is often a month people concentrate on counting their blessings, the things they are thankful for.  Coaches often ask people to list the things that bring them joy. You’ll see lots of social media challenges asking people to list one thing a day that they are thankful for.  I’d like to flip the script…
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Scaredy Cat

Last week, I was playing pickleball in an outdoor enclosure. Somehow a cat managed to work its way between a gate and the fence. Once inside, it ran as fast as it could and smashed headfirst into the fence. It then became discombobulated, turning to run as quickly as possible, ran smack into a pickleball…
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Adults acting childish

After working early voting and election day, I was surprisingly disappointed in the campaigners’ and observers’ behavior at my location. Neither side followed proper protocol, and then both sides continued to “tattle” on each other. There were absolutely zero voter issues in my area, but the site supervisor, and I, spent too much time listening…
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