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Silence Broken, Words Spoken…Questions


Silence Broken, Words Spoken

When the silence is broken

What words will be spoken 

Will it stop them in their tracks

Who will be made to react

Where will the words lead

How will it help them succeed?

What if the silence is shattered like glass?

Will the scattered pieces tell a story

Can you rise uncut in all your glory?

If  you puncture a vein will the spirit remain in tact or does the blood expose

Is it like the thorns from a rose?

What becomes of the bright red drops?

Will the bleeding pause or does it flow on and never stops?

Is like shedding light that dances across the sky?

Or is it like wings on eagles as birds that soar not just fly

What is this nature in all its wonders in perfect harmony?

Does it ever take rest and let the words just be?

Silently broken, words that are spoken and questions…posed.

YoTrip- 6/14/14 

“Fit and Lean in 2014!
Mind, Body, Spirit” 

Yolanda Clay Triplett “YoTrip”
Words and Thoughts Artist~

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“Words the joyful noise of my mouth, sweet sounds to my ears.
The results of a love affair between pen and paper, words” 

Copyright © 2014 YoTrip-Words and Thoughts

 

 

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It Been 20 Years…


This week marks the anniversary of my arrival in the land of Mickey (Orlando) from the land of Country Music (Nashville). It is funny how the time has passed  as I reflect back to that face, that place, that space of January 1994…

In the days to come I will recall, revisit and remember the journey from Nashville or shall I say Antioch, Tennessee to Orlando, Florida.

    

It seems like yesterday when I received the call from my husband (yes I was a “Mrs.” back then. Another post for another time) saying the company (Olive Garden/OG) had accepted the proposal we developed, was ready to move forward and move us to sunny Orlando, Florida.

I was a ball of emotions trying to take in the fact that we were leaving Nashville (a place that had grown to be home in my three years there) and heading southward to Orlando. This was it.

Before we moved the OG brought us down for a visit and to help with the transition. We stayed at the then Adams Mark Hotel which is attached to the Florida Mall. While my husband met with his new bosses, I hung out at the mall and planned for our upcoming moving date and looked at where I would work once we settled in to Orlando.

During our visit we were wined and dined with Presidents and Vice Presidents and other corporate big wigs.

Our time in Orlando was fun and full of relaxation. I arrived in Nashville in relation mode. Over the next month, I was in relocation mode. I had to be ready when the movers arrived.

This move was apart of our dream. All we had to do was be ready to go forward. It was still scary going to a new lands. A co-worker knew I loved by Dr. Maya Angelou so she gave me the book,” I Won’t Take Nothing For My Journey”, the title speaks volumes to where we were going.

On Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr weekend in January 1994 Tim, Snoopy (the dog) and I headed to Augusta, Georgia to see my family and friends and to rest.

After 20 years, I have had some ups and downs, some wins and some loss. I am here and still standing. I can truly say, The Best Is Yet To Come!

“Fit and Lean in 2014!
Mind, Body, Spirit” 

Yolanda Clay Triplett “YoTrip”
Words and Thoughts Artist~

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YoTrip Presents: Sometimes It Is Not Meant To Be 082193


Peace: It does not mean to be in a place where...

Peace: It does not mean to be in a place where there is no trouble, no noise or hard work. It means to be in the midst of all these things and still be calm in your heart. (Photo credit: deeplifequotes)

Sometimes It Is Not Meant To Be

Twenty years have come and gone
What started out great, did not last that long
Sometimes it is not meant to be
We do not hold, know, or can see beyond now
Our time is present, and we have hope for our future
Sometimes it is not meant to be
All the plans made, they fizzle and fade…away
You look back and you wonder…Why?
Sometimes it is not meant to be
How did we go from always and forever
To this cannot last past our heart-filled dreams
Sometimes it is not meant to be
As the days turn to weeks,  and then turn into months and  finally years
The memory of what was, merely dims out slowly, like a flickering flame
Sometimes it is not meant to be
Then you look around and twenty years have passed and you wonder
About the should a’s and the would a’s of your life
Sometimes it is not meant to be
Yet you cannot grab back what has faded away, the moments, the memory came and served their purpose
The assignment was complete and you move on
Sometimes it is not meant to be
You look back at the path and thank God for the journey
Where you came from is a stepping stone to where you are going
Sometimes it is not meant to be
Then the light guides you to the revelation that
Sometimes It Is Not Meant To Be…FOREVER!

~~YoTrip 8/22/13

YoTrip’s Word For The Day: Blessings


Blessed

Blessed (Photo credit: Nastassia Davis [www.nastassiadavis.com])

BLESSINGS: AN ACT OF ENCOURAGEMENT
 
Do you realize the blessings in your life? Most people will say yes without even thinking about it. We wake up in the morning and our minds are filled with all that we have to complete on our to do list. Did you say “thank you Lord” for my life, health and seeing another day? No you were so consumed with all the things that you wished you had. You forgot about the roof that covers your head at night, the closets you have busting over with clothes, you cannot see the floor for all the shoes that cover it. There is a choice of food items in your refrigerator, you have multiple bathrooms in your home, you drive a vehicle to your destinations and you have a job! All that is a blessing!
This morning as I was on my way to work I went off the normal path and stopped at a different place for coffee. The parking lot was busy with cars coming in and going out in a hurry. I looked out my passenger window and saw her slowing approaching the entrance of the store. This woman was wearing a heavy coat, a hat on her head and layers of tattered clothes in this Florida heat. The woman’s slowness was probably due to the fact that she pulled all her belongings behind her in an old suitcase.
 I rushed into the store unfamiliar with the setup seeking coffee. I found the coffee counter and looked for my favorite flavor. Begin to assemble the perfect blend of Joe, and looked for the bananas. I did not see the bananas around the coffee and asked the attendant who directed me to the front counter. I walked toward the front counter and encountered the woman as she carried a 64 oz cup of some red juice and looking at the change in her hand as if she did not have enough for this drink to quench her thirst. As our eyes met, I spoke and so did she, I asked if she would like something else to go with the drink. The woman nodded yes and pointed to the wings in the warmer. I asked the attendant to get her some wings. The woman looked back at me and I said get something else if you like, she whispered “one more thing” my heart danced at that moment. I received the blessing as I gave a blessing to the woman.
The blessing was the act of encouragement I received from the woman. The humility I saw in this woman’s eyes brought me to a place to acknowledge that we must recognize our blessings one by one. Our blessings may seem small but they are the gifts that God has bestowed upon us. I am thankful for each and every blessing that I received today?
Can you share a story of a blessing you received recently? Let me hear back from you, comment below.
~~YoTrip
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YoTrip Presents: Jane Turner ” A Woman People Should Know”


YoTrip Presents: Jane Turner “A Woman People Should Know”

 

Jane Turner photo

 

 Below is my third feature blog post in honor of Women’s History Month. It is important that we celebrate the beauty and brains of women. Please enjoy learning about these fascinating women and then make sure you support them in their passions, projects, and products.

 

Who are you?  Please share something about yourself and your business?      

I am Jane Turner, a mother, grandmother and a friend to many.  I especially take pride in knowing that through my life’s work, as a social worker, I have been able to touch and be touched by many people with whom I have come into contact.  Many of these experiences have been mutually life altering. The outcomes were not always what was desired,  but for the most part, the best that the Universe had to offer.  I am a firm believer that all things work for good.

I am a graduate of Tuskegee (Institute) University, an ongoing  student at Crealde School of Art, the Maitland Art Center and batik student of Shalini Tandon.     As stated beforehand,  my life long career was in human services, where I worked as a social worker, supervisor and administrator for over thirty years, in several states.  In 2006, I retired from the State Of Florida, since that time, my primary interest has been focused on the pursuit of  artistic expression.    For me, this has taken many forms that include, the visual arts as well as the written word.  I perceive these mediums to be more influential and powerful than any gun, knife or fist in changing the world for the betterment of mankind.

My childhood was spent traveling with my military family, from Alabama roots, to live in many states in the U.S., Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Caribbean.  Early in life, my mother introduced me to paint-by-numbers projects, which became the catalyst  for an exciting adventure into the world of art.

I have always drawn, sketched and painted.  As a child,  I regarded this  as a means of filling up space and time, as we traveled from place to place.  Little did I know that I was soaking up a wealth of varied artistic and cultural exposures that would influence me later in life.

Currently,  I am a published and exhibiting artist.   I work in acrylic, oil, pastel, graphite,  and charcoal.   I have also branched out to include batik, sculpture and  photography in my repertoire.    I am the artist for a team that conduct Heritage Workshops for school age children ( tri-county public schools and private schools), at  The Hannibal Square Heritage Center in Winter Park, Fl.   Lastly, I am a member of the Orlando Renaissance Writers  Guild.  Through that association I am developing as a short story writer,  published my first article and I am working on an impending book.  I also work closely with Habitat for Humanity to insure housing for  low-income families.

I reside in Eatonville, Florida, the oldest Black Incorporated Township  in America.   Most of my work has been completed in Eatonville.  My work is signed,  Jane Lily or Jlily to honor my ancestors.

What makes you a woman who people should know?

I strongly believe that I have a story to tell.  Especially from the vantage point of history.  As a woman I am proud to be  a descendent of strong , determined African people who continue to carve out a place  in this some time, harsh and unfriendly landscape, that we call America.   First and foremost, I grew up feeling the pulse of people, in the U.S. and outside of this country.  I learned  that no matter the language, race or nationality, or the color of skin that we all have more in common than differences.   I lived  through the civil rights movement and was a student at Tuskegee Institute  during that critical time, when pressure was  brought to bear that called for change to American society.  I am proponent of the Salad Bowl Theory, that like a salad, each ingredient is different, but brings its own unique qualities and flavors  to the bowl to make it complete.    As the U.S. progress, each race, each culture and ethnicity has something to contribute to make a whole.  My concern is that African-American’s  will have a strong presence, in present and future contributions.  It is imperative that we know and respect our history, no matter the pain, shame or hardship and teach others.   African American history is uniquely  American, just as Jazz.  Our color did not change, but our languages, nationalities and cultures were deliberately obliterated, when we reached these shores  and merged into one- called African-American history.   Our people had to endure much to get us to today.   My proudest moments are  when I am sharing this in a Heritage workshop or when I am explaining a painting, sculpture, or photo or discussing  the collective memory.  It is indeed an eye opener for many. 

When did you find out that you had something special that you wanted to share with the world?

“Anwar’s Dream “ was my first serious painting.  I call it my light bulb moment.  The first spiritual recognition that I should do this, that with God’s grace, I could do this.  I was about thirty-five years old.  I was going through a very stressful time in my life and found my gift.  However,  I still did not follow the spirit until later.  Several years lapsed and in 1990, I moved from Los Angeles, Ca. to Eatonville.  It was there that I begin to develop, first it was a hobby.  Everett Spruill was my first mentor.  Once I gained the confidence to let him see my work, he gave me a show in his then, Ethnic Art Gallery in Winter park.  From my first show came a publication in a local Magazine.    That was  again a un-huh moment.  I have continued to  develop my craft, exhibits and appear sporadically in publication.  My short stories are also something that I love to share.

Where can people find out more about you?

My website :  artbyjaneturner.50megs.com

Email:  tjaylily@aol.com

Cell:  321-663-8894

How do you make it all happen?

Artistic expression is a very spirit filled experience.  The brush strokes are given to the artist, just as the words are given to the writer.  It is never something that just happens, but flows through the artist when he is at one with the creator. The artist is a conduit!   One should never forget to give thanks and honor  to God for his gift.

 

Thursday Thinking by YoTrip for 11/29/12-Celebrating The Caregivers (Vol.11, Iss.4)


Caregiver joins his striking caregivers

Caregiver joins his striking caregivers (Photo credit: Simon Oosterman)

Celebrating National Family Caregivers Month

In 1994, the National Family Caregivers Association began promoting the celebration of family caregivers during the week of Thanksgiving. President Clinton signed the first presidential proclamation in 1997 and every president since – Democrat and Republican alike – has issued an annual proclamation appreciating family caregivers. As interest grew in family caregiving issues, National Family Caregivers Week became National Family Caregivers Month.

Day in and day out, more than 65 million family caregivers in this country fulfill a vital role on the care team. No one else is in a better position to ensure continuity of care. Family caregivers are the most familiar with their care recipients’ medicine regimen; they are the most knowledgeable about the treatment regimen; and they understand best the dietary and exercise regimen.

For more information, http://www.nfcacares.org/national_family_caregiver_month/#

30 Days of Thanksgiving- In All Things Give Thanks! 30 Days of Thanksgivinghttp://on.fb.me/R8xO9i
 
 
****Rest Peacefully Monica Harris Spires*****
 
 
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*****Join Dr. Loretta Faith Harris for the “Developing the Business Professional Workshop Series” Saturday,December 15 , 2012 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (ET) Orlando, FL to register go tohttp://dbp3.eventbrite.com/ ******
 
Do you want to be inspired and learn how to live triumphantly? Listen to the Dr. Loretta Faith Harris Radio Show on Wednesday’s from 6:30 pm-7:00 pm EST, join us http://www.blogtalkradio.com/lorettafaithharris
Write your Story. Join the Orlando Renaissance Writers Guild. http://www.orwriters.org/ Purchase a copy of the collaborative book an “Anthology
 
“FOCUS FORWARD in 2012”
Turning Back Is  NOT An Option!

Yolanda Clay Triplett
“YoTrip”
~Words and Thoughts Artist~
 
Join us for The 100 Day SMART GOAL CHALLENGE http://www.facebook.com/events/444796945573132/
 
http://www.yotrip-wordsandthoughts.blogspot.com

Follow me on Twitter:@yotrip729
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“Words the joyful noise of my
mouth, sweet sounds to my ears.The
results of a love affair between
pen and paper, words”
 
Copyright © 2012 YoTrip-Words and Thoughts 

 

Tuesday Thoughts by YoTrip for 11/13/12-The Air We Breathe (Vol.11, Iss.2)


Enlarged view of lung tissue showing the diffe...

Enlarged view of lung tissue showing the difference between healthy lung and COPD (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

The Air We Breathe

 

November is National COPD Awareness Month and we should not take the air we breathe for granted.Our lifeline is tied directly to the air we breathe,

 

COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) is a serious lung disease which makes it hard to breathe. Also known by other names, such as emphysema or chronic bronchitis, COPD is now the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States and also causes long-term disability.

The number of people who have COPD is on the rise — more than 12 million are currently diagnosed with it. And it is estimated that another 12 million may have COPD but not realize it.

If you or someone you know has symptoms such as chronic coughing, shortness of breath or wheezing, see your doctor or health care provider for a simple breathing test. By taking steps now, and talking with your doctor or health care provider about treatment options, you can breathe better and enjoy a more active life.

 

Did You Know?

  • COPD is the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States and causes serious, long-term disability
  • COPD kills more than 120,000 Americans each year. That’s one death every 4 minutes
  • More than 12 million people are diagnosed with COPD
  • An additional 12 million likely have COPD and don’t even know it http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/lung/copd/index.htm

 

 

Keep the people impacted by Hurricane Sandy in your thoughts and prayers.

 

 

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****Rest Peacefully Monica Harris Spires*****

 

 

Young Entrepreneurs Society, YES! Hosts monthly social networking events to encourage and cultivate professional growth and business development

 

*****Join Dr. Loretta Faith Harris for the “Developing the Business Professional Workshop Series” Saturday,December 15 , 2012 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (ET) Orlando, FL to register go tohttp://dbp3.eventbrite.com/ ******

 

Do you want to be inspired and learn how to live triumphantly? Listen to the Dr. Loretta Faith Harris Radio Show on Wednesday’s from 6:30 pm-7:00 pm EST, join us http://www.blogtalkradio.com/lorettafaithharris

 

Write your Story. Join the Orlando Renaissance Writers Guild. http://www.orwriters.org/ Purchase a copy of the collaborative book an “Anthology

 


“FOCUS FORWARD in 2012”
Turning Back Is  NOT An Option!

Yolanda Clay Triplett
“YoTrip”
~Words and Thoughts Artist~
 
Join us for The 100 Day SMART GOAL CHALLENGEhttp://www.facebook.com/events/444796945573132/
 
http://www.yotrip-wordsandthoughts.blogspot.com

Follow me on Twitter:@yotrip729
Find me on Facebook: facebook.com/yolanda.c.triplett
or visit my page http://www.facebook.com/YoTrip

“Words the joyful noise of my
mouth, sweet sounds to my ears.The
results of a love affair between
pen and paper, words”
 
Copyright © 2012 YoTrip-Words and Thoughts 

 

 

 

Thursday Thinking by YoTrip for 11/8/12-Happy Pink November (Vol. 11, Iss.2)


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Today I was delighted like a kid in the candy store when I turned the corner and came upon this uniquely decorated tree in celebration of breast cancer at Women’s Center for Radiology. The tree was the perfect companion for the women who enter the first waiting room in preparation for going back for their mammogram. One by one as the ladies rounded the corner I saw the light dance in their eyes and a sense of calm entered the room.

So often it is the little things that stop us for a moment to pause and give a silent shout of thanksgiving. Everyday is a day worthy of giving thanks, for Happy Pink November. Keep educating, encouraging, and empowering other with breast cancer awareness.

Congratulations to President Barack Obama on winning the 2012 Presidential Election. Four more years! Let’s unify as a nation.

Keep the people impacted by Hurricane Sandy in your thoughts and prayers.

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****Rest Peacefully Monica Harris Spires*****

Young Entrepreneurs Society, YES! Hosts monthly social networking events to encourage and cultivate professional growth and business development

*****Join Dr. Loretta Faith Harris for the “Developing the Business Professional Workshop Series” Saturday,December 15 , 2012 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (ET) Orlando, FL to register go tohttp://dbp3.eventbrite.com/ ******

Do you want to be inspired and learn how to live triumphantly? Listen to the Dr. Loretta Faith Harris Radio Show on Wednesday’s from 6:30 pm-7:00 pm EST, join us http://www.blogtalkradio.com/lorettafaithharris

Write your Story. Join the Orlando Renaissance Writers Guild. http://www.orwriters.org/ Purchase a copy of the collaborative book an “Anthology”

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“FOCUS FORWARD in 2012”
Turning Back Is  NOT An Option!

Yolanda Clay Triplett
“YoTrip”
~Words and Thoughts Artist~

Join us for The 100 Day SMART GOAL CHALLENGE http://www.facebook.com/events/444796945573132/

http://www.yotrip.wordpress.com
http://www.yotrip-wordsandthoughts.blogspot.com

Follow me on Twitter:@yotrip729
Find me on Facebook: facebook.com/yolanda.c.triplett
or visit my page http://www.facebook.com/YoTrip
“Words the joyful noise of my
mouth, sweet sounds to my ears.The
results of a love affair between
pen and paper, words”

Copyright © 2012 YoTrip-Words and Thoughts  

Tuesday Thoughts by YoTrip The 2012 Presidential Election Edition


Presidential seal

Presidential seal (Photo credit: bobosh_t)

30 Days of Thanksgiving

 
 
****Rest Peacefully Monica Harris Spires*****
 
 
Young Entrepreneurs Society, YES! Hosts monthly social networking events to encourage and cultivate professional growth and business development
 
*****Join Dr. Loretta Faith Harris for the “Developing the Business Professional Workshop Series” Saturday,December 15 , 2012 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (ET) Orlando, FL to register go tohttp://dbp3.eventbrite.com/ ******
 
Do you want to be inspired and learn how to live triumphantly? Listen to the Dr. Loretta Faith Harris Radio Show on Wednesday’s from 6:30 pm-7:00 pm EST, join us http://www.blogtalkradio.com/lorettafaithharris
 
Write your Story. Join the Orlando Renaissance Writers Guild. http://www.orwriters.org/ Purchase a copy of the collaborative book an “Anthology
 
“FOCUS FORWARD in 2012”
Turning Back Is  NOT An Option!

Yolanda Clay Triplett
“YoTrip”
~Words and Thoughts Artist~
 
Join us for The 100 Day SMART GOAL CHALLENGE http://www.facebook.com/events/444796945573132/
 
http://www.yotrip-wordsandthoughts.blogspot.com

Follow me on Twitter:@yotrip729
Find me on Facebook: facebook.com/yolanda.c.triplett
or visit my page http://www.facebook.com/YoTrip

“Words the joyful noise of my
mouth, sweet sounds to my ears.The
results of a love affair between
pen and paper, words”
 
Copyright © 2012 YoTrip-Words and Thoughts  

Thursday Thinking by YoTrip for 11/1/12-Give Thanks With A Grateful Heart (Vol.11,Iss.1)


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Give Thanks With A Grateful Heart

For the next 30 days find something big or small to show a measure of thanksgiving.  Saying thanks is not an option it is a requirement! So go and be thankful and thankful and more thankful!

30 Days of Thanks - It is Good to Give Thanks

30 Days of Thanks – It is Good to Give Thanks (Photo credit: rachel_titiriga)

**Rest Peacefully my friend, Monica Harris-Spires****
Young Entrepreneurs Society, YES! Hosts monthly social networking events to encourage and cultivate professional growth and business development
 
*****Join Dr. Loretta Faith Harris for the “Developing the Business Professional Workshop Series” Saturday,December 15 , 2012 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (ET) Orlando, FL to register go tohttp://dbp3.eventbrite.com/ ******
 
Do you want to be inspired and learn how to live triumphantly? Listen to the Dr. Loretta Faith Harris Radio Show on Wednesday’s from 6:30 pm-7:00 pm EST, join us http://www.blogtalkradio.com/lorettafaithharris
 
Write your Story. Join the Orlando Renaissance Writers Guild. http://www.orwriters.org/ Purchase a copy of the collaborative book an “Anthology
 


“FOCUS FORWARD in 2012”
Turning Back Is  NOT An Option!

Yolanda Clay Triplett
“YoTrip”
~Words and Thoughts Artist~
 
Join us for The 100 Day SMART GOAL CHALLENGE http://www.facebook.com/events/444796945573132/
 
“Words the joyful noise of my
mouth, sweet sounds to my ears.The
results of a love affair between
pen and paper, words”
 
Copyright © 2012 YoTrip-Words and Thoughts 

 

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