What a fun show!! Mr. Worldwide himself came into the studio to talk about his fishing career and the road that led him back to his first wish -fishing for a living. We had a blast remembering his years in the Army, becoming a Drill Sergeant, getting into real estate, owning his own business, and … Continue reading James Watson, FLW Tour Professional
How to be broken. Where is the how to book for that? I don’t know how to do it. I assume some suggestions are: Be and adult and suck it up. Pray about it. Keep busy. Find the positives. Cry. But what of those actually tells you HOW to be broken. How do we process … Continue reading How to be broken
I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Nicole on my program Big Lake Now. Here you will find the interview in it's entirety.
The big 33 seemed like a perfect reason to share a list of my favorite things of my 32nd year, the top 3's of course!
God, I can't even count the hours, that I have used my mental space and time to replay moments from the past or daydreaming about some far off future - after all my success from persistent, hard-work of course. All of that time spent in a whole other time zone, missing out on today. LET GO! It may sound cliché, but while you are stuck back there or your eyes are fixed on years from now, you are definitely missing today's blessing and opportunity! And today's blessing and opportunity may even give you some healing and clarity on the past. And a new hope for the future.
So today I decided. My body is what it is. And I choose to love it. I've given birth to 2 amazing, healthy girls. Recovered from 2 C-sections, and I've been "skinny" and back again. Goodness, I'm over the constant race to be better looking, to be thinner. I'm over me being my worst body … Continue reading I decided, I’m over the body race…
When you love and care for others it is inevitable that at some point you will feel loss, rejection, disappointment, hurt, or pain. It is the human condition. That's the risk one takes when they let people in or put themselves out there. Why else do so many swear off love, keep people at a distance, or avoid getting involved in community or fellowship? They've been hurt.