Eve was confused when Satan asked her in Genesis 3:1: “has God indeed said, ‘you shall not eat of every tree of the garden’?” (Doesn’t he do that to us? “God doesn’t want you to have any fun;” “Christians aren’t allowed to do anything.”) Eve and her husband were only forbidden to eat of one … Continue reading Gamine Eve
The Spunky Gamine Characteristics: Bold Beauty Often uninterested in beauty tips.Fun, energetic, enthusiastic. Bold, bouncy, snappy, spunky charmer; usually well respected. Debi Mazar Your Look: petite, sporty, bouncy, fun Wardrobe: bold, spunky, fun. Hair: snappy, bouncy Your Motto: Do it, and forget it (Your fun nature comes out more when you take a little time … Continue reading Gamine
The Gamine is a strong, spunky woman who is short in stature, but not necessarily petite. She may be stocky or slender, but she is never fragile: not in build, and not in personality. She is a fun, animated gal who is typically unconcerned with other people’s opinions of her. She may be small in … Continue reading Spunky Gamine Girl
Summer is typically considered the season to take time to play, rest and renew. The change in routine and slower pace has a way of refreshing us and giving us strength to carry on. When we were children, we were given a ‘timeout” as a means of discipline; maybe this is why we sometimes feel badly … Continue reading Do you Need a Timeout?
This could be a story about you. Perhaps your losing your hair, have a major skin problem, are cross-eyed or confined to a wheelchair. This could be a story about a friend or family member, who’s Image Issue is not outwardly apparent to most, but is weighing on your heart because you know about her eating disorder, … Continue reading Encouragement in an Identity Crisis
Most women HATE, HIDE or get HUNG UP on their appearance. Who doesn’t hate certain parts and pieces of how they look? This is why so many of us hide under big, baggy sweatshirts, heavy makeup or hair coloring. Some women love their appearance–or at least they have a way of persuading their audience that … Continue reading Sea-Saw of Confidence
Since the beginning of time, every young child has had an innate longing to find the answer to one very important question. With each new experience, interaction and lesson of life, she collects data and applies it toward her answer. Somewhere around the teen years, she hits info-overwhelm. Like a cluttered desk, all that she … Continue reading What Makes You Valuable?
What do you want to do with your life? Are you actively pursuing your dream, have you put it on hold or given up on it completely? My dream ignited when I was a teen; I wanted to write a book. At first, the idea was faint and unemotional and throughout the years the title … Continue reading The Beauty of a Dream
The American culture may consider skinny healthy and beautiful, but that is not always true. In my experience, “skinny” was better described “sickly” or “drawn.” My struggle with weight was always in keeping it. After reaching forty, however, it became easy to keep meat on my bones, but, even then, weight-loss wasn’t a challenge. When my clothes got too … Continue reading Do you Keep Clothes that Don’t Fit?
It’s Memorial Day Weekend. A lot of preparations have been happening on Cape Cod to prepare for the start of our busy season. Many businesses have reopened, restaurants have restocked and summer homes have been completed. Yet, as the tourists arrive, the excitement is clouded because the warm weather has not yet made it’s full … Continue reading When Transitions Take FOREVER