Easter as Metaphor Spring in the natural world, which is often heralded by the Easter and Passover holidays, is an awakening. Plants long dormant wake from their slumber as
Instead of New Year’s Resolutions I gave up on New Year’s resolutions over a decade ago. I haven’t missed them one whit. You might want to ditch New Year’s
I have such respect for the people I work with. They are right up against it. "It" being, “Should I go, or should I stay?” Or, “I’m on my own, now what?” Or, “How the ‘H’ am I ever going to get through this?” Or, “I am so overwhelmed...
The following is an article I started nearly three years ago. I went poking around in old files today, to find something you might resonate with and found it.
My transition has been hard on my spouse, hard on my bank account, and hard on my ego. I’ve been at my breaking point many times.
It’s a new start. Do you feel it? Have you felt the new surge of hope that has risen with the start of 2012? Yay. Our world could use a little hope right now.
Life is such a mixed bag. As Forrest Gump’s mother would say, “You never know what you’re going to get.” Life provides endless opportunities to choose
Recently I was working outside on my laptop. A small florescent green bug came to roost. It marched back and forth on the top of the screen from one end to the other.
I take my job as grandparent as seriously as I took my parenting. There are some things that only a grandparent can impart.