save a thousand regrets (Patience – Day 5 – Wardrobe of Virtues)

Be patient in trouble, and keep on praying. – Romans 12:12 – Smooth like still water, yet easily wrinkled is the pure, vulnerable fabric of today’s clothing. It swiftly slips off the hanger and is hard to keep smooth and in line. Slowly and carefully take out the hanger with PATIENCE, the fifth of seven new outfits for…

tender and mighty (Gentleness – Day 4 – Wardrobe of Virtues)

Gentleness, self-sacrifice and generosity are the exclusive possession of no one race or religion. – Mohandas Gandhi – Incomparably comfortable like a worn blanket, the virtue of our fourth day is made of a durable, quality fabric to have impact, but owns the softest touch you’ve ever felt. Lift out GENTLENESS, the fourth of seven new outfits for your wardrobe….

back down to earth (Humility – Day 3 – Wardrobe of Virtues)

Why do people so mix up the meaning of humility? Humility isn’t at all about denying one’s abilities and accomplishments. Humility is simply knowing the truth about yourself, and about where you come from, and about Who gets the ultimate credit. –  St. Therese of Lisieux – Within this 3rd day of trying on new clothes,…

sweet as honey (Kindness – Day 2 – Wardrobe of Virtues)

Kind words are like honey– sweet to the soul and healthy for the body. – Proverbs 16:24 – Welcome to day two, where a simple, yet profound virtue awaits us. Reach into your wardrobe and lift off KINDNESS, the second of seven new outfits for your wardrobe. Let it’s ombre just flow off of you today…

we are together and enough (Compassion – Day 1 – Wardrobe of Virtues)

[If you missed the last post: (Wardrobe of Virtues: 7 Days of New Clothes),  check it out now and download your FREE Wardrobe of Virtues: VIRTUE CARDS (download now), GIVING CARDS (download now), SMARTPHONE LOCK SCREEN GRAPHIC (download now).] The expectation of our days is simple, pure, and beautiful. We can step into this expectation each morning….

marley, sodor, birds, and love (how I pushed aside fear and worry with LOVE)

Following this past Monday morning at 5am–when I was staring blankly, jaw dropped, after spilling coffee on my priceless laptop–I went through several emotional states. First, was a period of serious Denial (that my only absolutely necessary work tool to get several deadline projects completed was gone); then Action (think who has the Adobe design suite on a mac, is…