My friend Sara and I took a walk last week to get caught up in person. No texts, no phone calls just a walk and talk. Like we used to do. She is almost ready to retire. In fact, she can retire right now but she hesitates because if she does, she will be stuck… Read More
The ‘tail end’ is used often enough to explain the end of something; a concert, a speech, a football game, a movie. I’ve heard it and used it many times. However, I never applied it to me. The tail end of my life? I never really put me and my lifespan into the equation.
Three sisters checking out the Finger Lakes Wines on a Sunday afternoon in May! Yumm! Lots of places to choose from that’s for sure! Enough to keep us busy for the day! Slow-paced and fun! One thing you might really enjoy about our Sunday outing was our plan was to actually go to the… Read More
Whether I write this blog or not, life goes on either way. The sun still rises and it’s glorious. Sometimes I capture the scene on my camera but I would rather just sit in awe and soak it in. Maybe I’ll blog about the colors, the smells and try to describe the fresh air but I’d rather take that hike up the hillside with friends. With you. What are your wants? Read More
She said, “I’ve got a question for you. What happens when everything is really negative and bad? How do you focus? How do you get out of that place?” Read More
But the essence of these things comes back to learning about me. About my role in the world. About my role in the family. I’m in the process of putting together the puzzle of my childhood. The major historians in the family have all passed away so now I have to seek out the individuals who might be able to toss some memories my way. Read More
Sometimes, if we care to listen, we can learn so much from our children. This precious 6-year old, offers wise words to her mom about a pending divorce in the family. She’s “not trying to be mean, not trying to be a bully.” She’s trying to be …straight. She says, “My heart is something. Everyone… Read More