Category Archive: Living the River

It’s Time to Get Back to What Matters

In this wealthy and abundant Country, we frequently take for granted the wonderful things we have.  We treat our loved ones with disrespect, we complain about minor issues, we get upset with strangers… Continue reading

IndieReader Discovery Awards

I was very proud to receive an email yesterday that my book has made it to the top titles so far in the discovery awards on  IndieReader.  You can check out the list… Continue reading

Do You Believe in Miracles?

I do!  I’ve been the recipient of them and I’ve seen them.  I know miracles exits.  I’ve read that all you have to do is believe, ask for a miracle and it will… Continue reading

Today is the Beginning

I’ve learned that No matter what has happened or hasn’t happened to you in your life No matter how heartbreaking No matter what you lost No matter who deceived you No matter what… Continue reading

If you do not value me

If you do not appreciate, respect and value me, Then you do not deserve me And I will find someone who does

Attitude is Life, Life is Attitude

People with bad attitudes don’t get very far in life.  All things being equal, attitude wins.  To possess the right attitude is a commitment to yourself.  It is the same as vowing to… Continue reading


One seed can start a garden One smile can lift a spirit One candle can light a room One conversation can start a friendship One step can begin a journey One heart can… Continue reading


The thing about choice is that one choice at the right time can change your life for the better forever.  No matter your current circumstances, people can walk out of their history and… Continue reading

Dream…but take Action

The ironic thing about wisdom is that you can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in… Continue reading


“Few situations in life are ever improved by not taking care of ourselves and not giving ourselves what we need” Melody Beattie Why It’s Okay to Put Yourself First – Inspiration

  • Velinda Peyton