New year. New word. For those just joining the audience, for the last three years I’ve eschewed resolutions. Instead, I go for the minimal acknowledgement that it’s time to look ahead at where I want to be this time next year. So…I choose but I try to choose decisively. Only one word is required to … More Living Through The Epiphanies
The passage of time is an enduring mind jolt. Noticing it can almost pull you completely out of your own body. If you’re on the other side of middle age and you knew someone when they were seven and just heard they’re twenty-four, you know exactly what I’m talking about. I suspect younger people feel … More Three Point Saturday: 4.10.21
In case you’re wondering about the point of all this, I got this idea from a vendor I work with. He does a blog every Friday with five short shorts about things on his mind every week. I haven’t been blogging in awhile so why not see where this might go. I’m only writing three … More Three TouchPoint Saturday
My late husband didn’t like cars so even though we traveled extensively, we never drove anywhere. I learned how to drive and probably could have made more of an effort to, but I had at least two good reasons for not doing it. One, I live in New York City where you honest to goodness … More Researching Safety by the Numbers
Well, one thing I know for sure is I’m not the only one who’s happy to see January go. TGIF = Thank God It’s February for the time being and hopefully that sentiment sticks around for a while. During the previous decade, the first month of the year was often challenging for me. I lost … More TGIF and other good news
I’ll never forget the first time I read this: Ships at a distance have every man’s wish on board. For some they come in with the tide. For others they sail forever on the horizon, never out of sight, never landing until the Watcher turns his eyes away in resignation, his dreams mocked to death … More Following Zora’s lead
I spent this past Christmas in California with my daughter who just moved there. I’ve always loved the winter season but it’s unusually refreshing to me the few times I’ve spent the holiday season in a warm climate. Walking beneath billowy palm trees while having the warmth of the sun follow me around for a … More New Year. New Lily?
December is not for lightweights. I don’t think it matters where you live or what kind of weather you’re in for either. December has become a month filled with the general busyness and stress of living the way you’ve been taught you should live. It’s a time to be joyful as well as celebrate your … More It’s not the cold you’re feeling…