Angels

Angels


We have an Angel overlooking our house during Christmas time. She has been with us for a good couple of years now since the start of my new life. Tonight I can't help but reflect on some Angels that have come into my life and has made some type of contribution. It could be a word of encouragement, sharing with me a little part of you, reading my rants, poetry and stories, or just being there. Angels to me are people who have taught me, listened to me, and inspired me. They are people who are a part of my social site circles, my readers, my friends, my family, some of my co-workers, my adopted-not-by-choice kids, and my students. I am grateful for all of the Angels in my life and I hope that the relationships will grow and blossom for however long it was meant to last. "People come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime." So for what ever reasons you are here now reading this blog, I appreciate you. Remember to cherish one another.

Peace and Love,
Sophie
I have been writing elsewhere too...

I have been writing elsewhere too...

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Peace and Love Always!

Sophie

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12 More Days until Christmas

12 More Days until Christmas


I love the beautiful lights. The music of love, joy and peace. The meals and down time with the family. It is definitely the most wonderful time of the year. However, let me scratch the record just a little bit. Every day of the year should feel like this. Everyday people should feel like giving, spending time with the family and play wonderful peaceful and joyful music. We wait until the end of the year to tell each other that we love one another? Or is it that we neglect each other so much we try to make it up with lavish gifts and a warm holiday meal? Come on people let's get it together and cherish each day and not wait until the end of the year to spread joy, love and happiness.

Peace and Love always,
Sophie
Christmas

Christmas


This is my favorite Christmas photo captured so far. Who plays in the snow and yet can look amazing with the "barely there" dress on? Eon can, she has become one of my favorite models so far in our EducationWorks program. But don't worry, no child was allowed to freeze in the snow for our photographic hunger. We just used a white background and confetti for the snow feel.
I am wishing everyone a very Happy Holiday!

Peace and love,
Sophie
Bored Stiff

Bored Stiff


Due to a fractured foot, I get a couple of days off from work. Do I want to rest? NO! But what can I do about it? Nothing! So, I was told to get over it. The good news, actually the great news, is that my novel is nearing it's completion, no bullshit this time. I will have a rough draft ready for edit in a couple of days!
I have come to firmly believe that things happens or happened for a reason. The reason may not yet be understood but eventually I will be like, "Ooooh... that happened because..." and then I will thank God that it happened. Most pessimists will always look for the negative in the situation and totally miss the blessing that was taking place. I'll remain positive for the time being and hope not to be bored stiff again.
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