ear Friends and Family,

Super Bowl Sunday has come and gone, and what can I say? At least I had fun giving my talk on Sunday. I had great snacks and barbecue as well, but as for the game, well, it was a little uneventful.

Fortunately for the Kansas City Chiefs, they now have the Super Bowl behind them and get to begin with a “clean slate.” That “clean slate” applies to Kansas City and the Buccaneers and all of us. We each are allowed to begin again with every breath we take.

As I watched the game, it became clear that the Chiefs were not allowing themselves to take advantage of that opportunity. Although it was obvious in me watching the game, it is not always obvious to me in my own life.

I am sure that most of us have experienced times in which we are caught up in the moment and do the same things over and over without taking the time needed to begin anew. I promise that if we take the time to stop, acknowledge the given situation, breathe, be grateful for it and be confident in our ability to shift, we will be successful.

If I can be of help in any way, please feel free to give me a call.


Rev Staci