Monday, November 27, 2017

You're A Conqueror

Just a few words to encourage you: This year may have been a trying one for a lot of you. You may have lost someone dear to your heart. It could've been your job, home, or failing in your health but through it all I want to let you know that you're still a conqueror. "Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning."-Psalm 30:5

God has not forgotten about you. The cloud has to move at some point and the sun will again. Remember that in all things that we still have to give God the honor, the Glory and thanks for the battles that He has given us victory over. The one's He fights on our behalf that we have no clue about. The danger seen and unseen that He protects us from. How He wakes us up in the morning in our right mind, providing food, shelter, clothing, fair health and strength.

Look at life through a new lens, knowing that you're a conqueror and there will be a victory report, just believe in it despite of what your situation looks like. God loves you and will never forsaken you. He gave His life for you. There is no greater love than this.

And if life has been great for you that is wonderful, just remember someone else that is in need and pay it forward. Remember that a hug or a warm hello goes a long way. You never know what may bring a smile to a person face or a glimmer of hope into the life of somebody. Buy someone less fortunate than you, a meal, an article of clothing; it is better to give than to receive anyway. You will become a better person because of it and encourage someone else in the process making this world a better place to live in.

Love you all, Regina Weston

Sunday, November 26, 2017

"The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today. "
H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Something Behind The Smile by Regina Weston

Definition of Smile: form one's features into a pleased, kind, or amused expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed.

Definition of Fake: not genuine; counterfeit.

Definition of Snake: a treacherous or deceitful person.

Have you ever been in the presence of someone that you wanted to believe really loved or cared about you and had your best interest at heart, but deep down inside your gut is telling you otherwise? Your instinct is instructing you to put on your sun glasses when you're around certain individuals because the undercover shade is real and it needs to be blocked at all cost.

We all have a built in radar dictator that goes off when something is not right. It is given to us by God that warns us when danger is around and that it is time to be watchful and prepare to react.

Many people ignore the Blinking Red Light that goes off when something is not right or something about someone just seems off. And when you ignore the warning signs you end up being disappointed or hurt because of it.

This is a simple message telling you to be mindful of whom you call a friend because a lot of people do not deserve that title. In today's world, in my view it is very rare to find a true ride or die friend. It seems that people are out for what they can gain out of you. They mask being in your presence as friendship but really they are sizing you up, trying to see how they can get over on you or what they can get out of you.

The title of this article is "Something Behind The Smile", the next time someone tries to befriend you, look deeper then the surface of their smile and examine what motive this person has for wanting to be in your life, it can save you from hurt and regret.

And some of you have people in your life that you need to remove from your circle because they do not add anything to your life. It is a saying that you can do bad by yourself. And it's true; you can do be bad by yourself.

Please take note of what a good friendship is based on:

"1. Friends usually have good communication. This is a quality that is the core of any good relationship. Both the people are clear, open and genuine, and problems don’t get swept under the rug. Conflicts are dealt with directly.

2. They take on problems along with you. A true friend can look beyond a smile and can tell if you’re in pain, maybe by body language or the look in your eyes. They accept you as you are and will forever be there. They also are there for each other when times are good, which is not all that easy sometimes.

3. A good relationship is based on give and take and consideration of each other.

4. They make time for each other, whether it is convenient or not. Real friends always put a high value on the time they spend together. Although their lives may be busy, they make time to stay in touch.

5. They believe wholeheartedly in each other. A true friend can feel your passions and understand your vision for the future. They cheer you along the whole way and believe that you will get there.

6. True friends accept each other unconditionally, “warts and all”. They give each other the freedom to be themselves, as well as the freedom to change and grow. No controlling each other, judgment or criticisms.

7. Unlike casual friends or acquaintances, true friends listen carefully, with no compulsion to give advice. Often people don’t need or want advice, they simply want a listening ear, someone they can vent to. A real friend can also sense when a word of advice would be welcomed, and at those times know just what to say."

Now if the people in your life, family or so called friend circle are not doing the above it is time for you to rethink your relationships and put them in the right perspective and then act accordingly, life is too short not to live it genuine. Learn and know the difference between a friend, a casual friend, an acquaintances and a deadly serpent. 

Monday, January 30, 2017

New Adventures

Let me start by saying that I hope this New Year be one of great tidings for you and your love ones.  Lets learn to love our neighbors as we would ourselves and let grace and peace abound with all men. There is a lot of turmoil in the world around us but find peace and comfort as often as you can and let your light shine in the process, it is the only way that we can stand together in a unified manner.    
I’m excited to share with you that Mending Hearts—Women Healing Women is in the process of doing great things for you and the community.  My objective,  (Regina Weston) is to create an organization that helps victims of Domestic Violence/ battered or formerly battered, including teens.
The purpose is to educated and heal our community. For it is my belief that everyone has the right to be in a healthy, loving relationship. As the process continue, I will keep you, the reader and the community informed of the progress.  In the meantime you can visit my website:,  and checkout Mending Hearts—Women Healing Women new website and see what we are all about.