Ask the Divorce Lady, “The After Life”

Several years ago I stated a series called “Ask The Divorce Lady”. I am starting the segment up again and I thought I would begin by sharing my first video in the series. I would love to know your thoughts. If you have any questions for the Divorce Lady let me know in the comment…

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Online Dating and the Grey Divorce. Is it Worth It?

 I never thought I would be thinking about dating again in my 60’s.  I thought I would be retired with my husband, enjoying our grandchildren and taking trips as a family.  That dream did not pan out because my husband of nearly four decades walked out on me.  So is online dating for me?  Let’s…

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Monthly Motivation-I Will Sing in the Morning-Psalm 63:7-8

Thank you, Lord, for the shadow of your wings.  Thank you that I find protection, fatherly encouragement, direction for my path,  and your endless unfailing love in the shadow of your wings. Thank you because you uphold me in all things, and because of this, I have the strength to sing:-) Happy Monday, Everyone! KathieyV:-)

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Home-Tips and Tricks. Help My Oven Won’t Heat!

 I have a double oven, which I love.  A double oven gives you the ability to make several things at two different temperatures to have some flexibility in making your meals. I am not thrilled with any of the appliances I have from GE.  They all have issues, and they are only four years old.…

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Stress Relief-Try Spending Some Time in the Sun

The stress levels that we experience can directly affect our physical, emotional, and mental health.  Divorce is listed as one of the most stressful events in a persons life.  Having experienced the pain and stress of divorce I decided I would look for some ways to decrease the effects of stress in my life.  Here…

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Divorce Diversion-Food, Let’s Try a New Recipe, Moist Pumpkin Bread

It’s fall and a good time to try some pumpkin recipes.  I found this recipe on Pinterest, and I was excited to give it a try.  The recipe comes from a website called Mom, Wife, Busy Life. I studied the ingredients and took a trip to Harris Teeter to bet all the needed ingredients. I used…

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Morning Motivation. Fear of the Unknown; Brodie and the Grocery Bag

So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you;    I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. Isaiah 41:10 On your typical day, my dog Brodie is not afraid of bags of any kind.  He is not fearful of handbags, grocery bags, or trash bags.…

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Divorce Diversion-Travel, Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park in Wilson NC

A couple of weeks ago I found myself driving to Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park in Wilson North Carolina.  I had heard about this park several years ago and I have wanted to visit for some time.It was a holiday weekend and I had no plans and the drive was just a bit over an hour so I…

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Finding Joy Even in the Pain-The Joy

Divorce is one of the most painful events in a person’s life.  That being siad there is still joy to be found if we take the time to find it. How have I found joy this month?I have found joy in my family, food, the change from summer to fall, food, and my dog Brodie.How…

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Journal Prompt-Write About A Dream You Remember and How That Dream Made You Feel

 I have lived long enough to have had thousands of dreams.  I have had my share of nightmares and also my share of fun and memorable dreams.  I can remember themes in my dreams that recur, such as being in a play with hundreds of people in attendance, and I forget my lines, and I…

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