Tag Archives: leadership

Best of Luck, Father Saiki

Today was Fr. Saiki’s last Sunday Mass at my parish. While I am happy he will be furthering his studies and wasn’t always thrilled to hear what he had to say in his homilies, it’s sort of like a theology … Continue reading

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Will You Lead Today?

Yesterday I was asked by a co-worker if I could lead so she could rest up and get rid of a headache. Sure she was still at work and made it through her shift just fine, but she really didn’t … Continue reading

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Renewed, Rekindled, Remembered

Forgive me for not posting my usual post on the first. This past week has been a challenge on me in many ways I had not been expecting. I do not wish to divulge everything here for many reasons and … Continue reading

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Finally Time to Move Forward?!

Ten years is a long time to miss someone; 10 years, a decade, is a long time to mourn the loss of someone. I have been in mourning for 10 years over Daddy’s death. Daddy is (because in my eyes … Continue reading

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The Beginning of His End

Ten years ago today I (along with Mom and Steven) had to make the most difficult decision of our lives to date. We had to agree to let Daddy live out the rest of his days (we didn’t know then … Continue reading

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A Leader Is Born

Ten years ago tonight, a leader was born. Okay more appropriately a leader took charge. Ten years ago Daddy ended up in the hospital and never came home again. I took over leadership that very day. I can’t say with … Continue reading

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When the Listener Talks

When the listener finally talks, who listens to her (gender neutral sort of in this case)? In my instance, being the listener, I finally broke my silence and decided to talk today. I needed someone to listen to me. Who … Continue reading

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Why Can Everyone See It Except Me?!

I don’t think I’ll ever understand this. For some reason everyone (well, everyone I talk to anyway) can see it but me. I can’t see myself as a leader; I mean I do but I don’t all the same. I … Continue reading

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Thankful for Another Year of Life and Black Friday under my Belt

Another Thanksgiving has come and gone; another Black Friday under my belt, too! Let’s begin this entry by recalling about a week ago (last Sunday/Monday). That was when I learned that our kiosk/cart would be coming very soon. I thought … Continue reading

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Trust: An Interesting Thing

Trust is something that is easy for me; I generally trust people right away, but once that trust is broken (by either someone talking about me behind my back, abusing me emotionally, — or God forbid — physically, or psychologically) … Continue reading

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