“These last few months have been disorienting. To gather enough focus to put pen to paper and write down my thoughts has been daunting. The struggle to identify up from down, left from right, has created an unsettledness in my spirit where I find myself lacking awareness of who I am. Where I am. Or…Continue reading What Perspective am I to Hold on to?
There is something about crisis and change that stirs a longing within us for mom. As the weeks continue to unfold with this global pandemic, I’m finding myself with a yearning deep inside for mothering. The word mother can trigger a myriad of responses. Joy. Sadness. Anger. For me, it is a mixture of all…Continue reading Craving to be Mothered
I had the great joy and privilege to sit down with my amazing husband and our dear friend, Jay Heck, to record a conversation…an honest conversation…in the midst of these unstable, uncertain and unknown times. May it bless you and encourage your heart. https://www.beingsons.com/jays-blog/2020/3/22/04-a-sons-response-to-pandemic-interview-with-rich-and-robin-pantusa-podcast
What is on my heart to share has nothing to do with washing our hands. Nothing to do with toilet paper. And nothing to do with social distancing. Rather, what is on my heart to share is naming the identify theft I’ve been experiencing. Walking the aisles of the grocery store this past week, observing…Continue reading Identity Theft
There are days I feel good in my skin and in my clothes. And then there are days I struggle to love myself. Lately, I’ve REALLY been struggling. Maybe it’s because I noticed on my health profile that I have a “condition” titled BMI. My height and weight ratio have me teetering on the edge…Continue reading Loving Ourselves Can Be Hard
I awoke yesterday morning and was greeted with my husband handing me his phone. I glanced down to see an article titled: Three American firefighters killed in a C-130 crash while battling the Australian fires. My heart sank. My husband is a C-130 pilot. And one of his greatest joys and passions within his job…Continue reading Letting Go of My Fear and Agenda for Hope
“It’s the New Year and we all know what that means….New Years Resolutions. While I think the idea behind the practice of making goals for the New Year is good, I find myself cautious. I question the motive and the attitude that drive why we make resolutions.” “I want to explore a different way of…Continue reading Exchanging Our Agendas for a Posture of Curiosity this New Year