BlogNot your average posts, more like tiny stories from my mind!
Some memories are so sweet that we like to visit them over and over again. To appreciate this memory I find a peaceful place and clear my mind of any worry or anxiety. I deliberately pass by the other memories that call to me, No thank you, I don’t wish to revisit that experience. I firmly choose this one – a special time I shared with my mother, who left this earth almost five years ago.
Today at 62 I am balanced and have tremendous stamina and energy. I know it sounds too good to be true, but for me achieving a body that works in connection with my mind equates to a wonderful gift and a reason for celebration.
I spent the majority of my life oblivious to the fact that our bodies don’t automatically replenish themselves. At age 45, with three kids at home under the age of ten and a high-pressure job, I received a loud wake up call. My body rebelled, and as it screamed in pain I responded by running to various doctors to get it fixed.
Fifteen years ago, I predicted that car buying would someday be a completely different experience. No car lots full of inventory, instead we would order a car online.
I have a secret, and I’m afraid to share it with you.
It had all been invisible to her, masked by her drive and determination to make something of herself. She takes in every color, each smell and sound as the years of distraction fall from her eyes and tears appear in wonder and gratitude
One day, when you are faced with negativity, naysayers and self-doubt about your value as a teacher remember this gardenia. Let it be a reminder that you do make a difference.
One year he presented her with a statue made of clay of a seated Navajo woman…
They told us not to get a dog. My friend, Ed was emphatic and warned, “Listen to me! You get a dog, and everything seems great. Then one day you realize that the kids have left home, and then the dog dies. I am telling you it’s too sad, don’t do it.” I didn’t listen...
I never dreamed that when I spoke to the world it would speak back to me. I was amazed as Alice to discover that the world expects to have a conversation….How strange and wonderful this new connectivity is….