Colleen is the author of the much acclaimed book "Dressing with Dignity" and the soon to be released "Gossip's Guide" is sure to be a pot-stirrer as well! A versatile and award-winning writer, radio and television talk show host, educator, comedienne, and mother—all rolled into one!--she delivers an enduring message filled with down-to-earth wisdom, inspiration, and humor. Colleen brings a fresh and creative approach to living joyfully, and has helped thousands of people every year to make positive and virtuous changes in their lives. A frequent speaker at conferences, retreats, and parish events. In addition to modesty, Colleen addresses such timely issues as marriage, children, family, and values and virtues. Colleen is working on more follow-up books, CDs and DVDs and lives with her husband and their four children in North Texas.
16 May 2014
I’ve read in the past that crying is the body’s way of stabilizing chemical levels by draining excess stress chemicals out of our bodies through our tear ducts. (Here are 7 good reasons to cry.)
When looking at tears under a microscope, Rose-Lynn Fisher discovered that basal tears (the ones that our body produces to lubricate our eyes) are drastically different from the tears that happen when we are chopping onions.
So next time you feel like crying, let it loose! You’re doing something healthy–both physically and psychologically....read more
05 May 2014
I’ve cleared out the dead links and added TONS more links! Let me know if you know of any others.
THANK YOU!… Read the rest...read more
30 Apr 2014
21 Apr 2014
There are special outfits for weddings. Special garb for prom. What to wear when meeting heads of state.
CNN’s Belief Blog writer, John Blake, quotes fellow Catholic (and fellow Texan!) Jennifer Fulwiler:
Fulwiler’s revelation came one day as she watched scruffily dressed people board a plane. She flashed back to a black-and-white photo she had seen of her grandparents boarding a plane in the 1940s. Most of the passengers were dressed in suits and ties and dresses because air travel was such a privilege at the time.
“We dress up for what we’re grateful for,” she says. “We’re … Read the rest...read more