Month: November 2020

Move From Criticism to Curiosity

So one of my major “complaints/stressors” is my relationship with technology, it’s just something that feels like a pain in the a** but I still have to deal with it! But what I keep learning over and over is that when we can move from being critical and stressed out to be curious and seeing… Read more »

The Gift of Rapt Attention.

This morning I was in a deep dilemma over two things that were derailing me. There are those dilemmas you can sit through, and wait it out, and see what the universe reveals. And then there are those that get under your skin, aka “splinter” that every time you roll over that part of your… Read more »

CELEBRATE. CELEBRATE. Dance to the Music!

To say I’m beyond grateful, relieved, and hopeful with today’s election announcement is an understatement. I’ve hooted and hollered and yes did my own victory dance. I know we have A LONG road ahead and I truly pray that we can move from being The Divided States of America, to our original nomenclature, “The United… Read more »

Is it a Tool or a Weapon?

So it’s the second day in a row that basically my “things to do, things to accomplish to stay on track,” list is being “eclipsed” optimistic word for hijacked, due to the election. I literally can’t keep my eyes off the “please let’s have a different leader” prize! I’m getting dribs and drabs of mostly… Read more »

Keep the Faith. Spread the Faith.

OMG! What a rollercoaster of a ride it’s been over these last 24-48 hours. I feel like my heart fell into my stomach and my stomach did a few aerials, but am soooo grateful for how the election is going thus far. So very grateful. I was really moved by Joe Biden’s speech and when… Read more »


Today is the day folks. Today would’ve been my Dad, (pix below, he’s center with a lovely smile and boutonniere) Ben’s 94th birthday, and he stood for justice, fairness, kindness, generosity, love of diversity, and especially the food each diversity provides to the world’s palette- LOL! I woke up thinking that he and all of… Read more »

Think of Rain as Giving the Planet a Bath

When I was a little kid I would think of rain as God’s way of giving the earth a bath. I smile when I think of my innocence but also the wisdom of a child’s mind. And yet after the rain, I notice how fresh, clean, and oxygenated the air feels. I actually love the… Read more »