I embrace my kookiness! I am me! I love myself, people, animals and life. I am a spiritual woman who is not afraid of new ideas and willing to learn and adapt. I occasionally face some anxiety from my past relationship but it is under control. I am open minded, respectful and accepting of others’ … More Who Am I?
The meaning of the above title came to life for me a few years ago while attending a wedding reception. A DJ played music as twenty or more mostly young adults were dancing and having fun. I was hesitant to get out on the dance floor with the dancers who looked like they were half … More Dance Like Nobody’s Watching
Sometimes I have to admit that I get joy mixed up with being thankful. The two are different but so intertwined in my life, that I rarely feel one without the other. Most mornings as a child I was awakened by one of my parents calling out, “Rise and Shine!” (I now know my mom … More The Joy of Life
Writing became a voice for me several years ago. I was a member of a group which was part of a television station’s website. We became cyber neighbors who shared, supported, helped and often made each other laugh. Many of my “neighbors” responded to my posts about humor or my grandmother, or about my cats. … More Why “Joyful2beeblogs”?
This blogger has expressed so well my feelings about gratitude that I had to share it. Her name is Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha. I love the name of her blog site: A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales. Take a look and enjoy: Source: January is out. How are you holding up? Happiness, Quotes, Gratitude We were just … More Oby-Ikocha’s Post About Joy
You are here!! We have waited so long for your arrival. Your family has been dreaming of your being in our lives far longer than the nine months that your mother carried you. There is no anticipation like that of a parent waiting for their first child to enter their world and no joy to … More Welcome to Your New World, My Dear Grandson