Can you believe another year has passed? Not sure about you but I truly believe time moves faster the older I get. I think about my younger self when I felt I had all the time in the world. We would sit around talking and laughing for hours into the night without a thought about... Continue Reading →
Benjamin “Bigmouthben” Graham speaking to the Drug Court graduates in Rockdale County, Georgia. From Addict to Addiction Counselor. From Homeless to a Business Owner. The Book of Benjamin available online now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Walmart. Visit Website for More Information on booking Benjamin “Bigmouthben” Graham -TanyaG © 2018 Tanya Graham unless otherwise... Continue Reading →
Benjamin "Bigmouthben" Graham reading from "The Book of Benjamin". Available online now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Walmart. From Addict to Addiction Counselor. From Homeless to a Business Owner. Visit Website for More Information on booking Benjamin "Bigmouthben" Graham -TanyaG © 2018 Tanya Graham unless otherwise noted.
Twenty-four years had passed since I walked off the campus of the University of Georgia. I had spent two and half years on this huge campus as a science major. The campus was beautiful and the massive old buildings that were spread over acres of land was more beautiful than I had ever seen before.... Continue Reading →
Our sons are the old men that they will one day become. As I looked into his eyes, I could not help but wonder his past and future. I was so caught up in his story and what will become of him that I could not appreciate his presence. His wounds appeared deeper than any... Continue Reading →
I am staring at him. He sits with an egotistical smirk, leaning back in his chair, puffing on his cigar, he asks in a stony sarcastic voice “Tell me something? Am I not your purpose? Is this life not your purpose?” Instantly my mind started rattling off all kinds of answers, but my mouth could not; would... Continue Reading →
TEDx Talks have become one of my favorite internet tools for inspiration, motivation, and learning. I encourage you to find one that speaks to you. Caroline McHugh did a talk about the art of finding yourself. The statement below stuck with me. When you look in a real mirror, you look for reassurance that... Continue Reading →