Fabulous Blog Award

Titus 2 Coaching has been granted the Fabulous Blog Award (twice actually). We are so excited to receive this by our blogging friends here at UBC.  Seriously, I Love the diversity we all bring to the table, and how we share our cumulative knowledge with each other.

The rules suggest I provide the following:

Thank the blogger who gave it to you and share the link back to the awarding blog.

Thank you Shawn Snyder @ theoddcoupleblog.com


Name 5 fabulous moments in your life

1. The day I married my husband, surrounded by my entire family and some amazing friends.

2&3.  The days I had my two amazing daughters.  I am always amazed by the amount of love I can give and receive with them.  They make me the person I am today

4. The moment I realized that “my mom, was an amazing person who did things i couldn’t imagine doing!”

5. Spending a week in France with my high-school friends.  I loved seeing the countryside as well as paris.  it is a memory i will never forget.


Name 5 things that you love

1. having a family vacation tradition that my children love so much they want to share the experience with their friends.

2. being with all of my family members

3. knowing that i have the power to create the life of my dreams,

4. summer, with all it’s heat and humidity (Crazy I know, but bring on the 90′s!!)

5. beginning to know myself through the eyes of my lord and savior.  He has amazing faith and belief in me, way beyond what i have in myself.


Name 5 things you hate

1. inconsiderate people

2. JUDGMENTAL people

3. (Like Shawn) Not having the freedom to travel as much as I want to {{yet}}

4. not taking the time to nurture friendships

5. That I’m not always the wife/mother I should be!!!!!


Pass the award to 5 deserving bloggers. (Ya’ all have to answer the last 4 questions then pass the award on to 5 other bloggers.)

1. Teresa Shepp

2. Joumana Fadlallah Nasr

3. Kim Beckers

4. Nicole Bandes

5. Jacqueline Garwood

Thank you all for your amazing blogs and the information you share!!

To your Happiness & Joy,


Friendship: Mail a Thoughtful Card



When was the last time you browsed through the card section at your local pharmacy or super store??  The choices are amazing these days.

I love to read them and think of people that I know.  But, that’s usually as far as I have gone.  I typically don’t and haven’t taken that thought all the way to fruition.  I have to wonder why not.  If a card makes me think of a certain person, why don’t I buy the card and send it to them??  It’s not that I don’t care about that person, so why do I stop and not follow through??

I have to guess that there are a few reasons.  The first one to come to mind is that “my friend is too busy to bother”, and then I think that maybe I’m too busy to write in the card, address the envelope, put a stamp on it and walk to the mailbox (go to the post office) and actually send the card.  HMMMM??

I recently was going through a box of papers {more on that later this week, (hint!)} and found 3 cards that I had bought for certain people, addressed the envelopes and then never wrote them out or mailed them.  SO, OK, this is not a new resistance for me.

My challenge for you today is to go to a store, pick out a card, write it out, address it and mail it.  I am going to do the same thing.  I have a friend that I miss dearly and haven’t taken the time she deserves to reach out to her, so NOW IS THE TIME!!  No Excuses!!

To building your friendships!

Faith: Have a get-together


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When was the last time you made plans to fellowship with other believers?  Do you tend to wait for someone else to “make plans”?  Why not take the reins and make plans yourself.

When we make plans to get together with other, we are gifting them the time to connect and relate to others.  Some people feel very uncomfortable making plans while others of us are “Master” event planners.

No matter which category you fall into, you should be watching for the opportunities God puts before you to fellowship with others.  It could be a “small group bible study” or meeting for coffee and snacks after Church.

Keep your eyes and heart open for those chances to get together that present themselves over the next few weeks.  Summer is a great time for informal gatherings, and a great chance to get to know each other a little better.