Faith Over Fear By Design

Making the declaration More than a week past Thanksgiving, many of us can say with a sigh of relief that we are grateful to have survived the latest Covid-19 variant, omicron. For a moment, I felt like I was living in the twilight zone. For the last two years, each holiday has been a struggle,Continue reading “Faith Over Fear By Design”

Instead of Fear, Try Prevention

Dear Reader, I cannot begin to imagine all the particles and viruses in the air that have the potential to harm our physical bodies. But they exist. And if most of you could see what’s actually all around us, with the potential to take us out, some of you would never leave the house. SomeContinue reading “Instead of Fear, Try Prevention”

Happy New Year 2021

It was a year of inconsistencies, injustices, and insincerity. A year of a pandemic and a vaccine. A year to be seen and silenced. A year to forget and yet to never forget.

🇺🇸 Prayers for our President

Praying for the President, the First Lady, and the first family takes precedent over The Funnies on this Friday. (Sickness is no laughing matter). I wish them and all involved a speedy recovery from COVID-19. And may God continue to bless America, in Jesus’s name. 🙏🏽

Blessed to Bless

Do you really want to be Happy? Would you like to be Prosperous? Do you want to be Favored by the God of all creation? If so, you like me, want to live blessed. And I’d like to tell you how if you are willing to travel with me back to the beginning.  In theContinue reading “Blessed to Bless”

My first visit back to the doctor’s office

If you know someone who is rocking it on their job, despite our new normal, please let me know. I’d love to celebrate these ministry workers with you. Really yours. 🦋 REALLYLEAH.COM

Get it out. Write it down. Breathe.

One of the world’s most famous books of all time was a journal written by a young girl named Anne Frank, who for two years hid with her family from the Nazis in an Amsterdam attic. Anne is said to have received the journal for her 13th birthday and began journaling inside her diary onContinue reading “Get it out. Write it down. Breathe.”

CARE FOR THE “EDUCATED” CAREGIVER

Please review the link for the full report, overflowing with information to assist caregivers within school systems. We know personally that this separation from normalcy is affecting many of our most valuable professionals — those who care for our children’s academic success.