Cheers to February! 🍷 I will be celebrating later with a large, possibly expensive, glass of wine, thank you very much. When I started my business almost 2 years ago, I knew I had to create some good habits and break a few bad ones in order to succeed. Since then I’ve made meditation a … Continue reading Cheers to February!
Hey, remember those innocent bygone days of the 2008 election? The candidate with the ears whom I'd barely heard of beat out Hillary and went onto win a second term? McCain sunk his own ship by joining forces with that dingbat who could see Russia from her porch? God we were naive. Anyhooo, the feeding … Continue reading Dialing for Democracy
I had to print out a list of March birthdays for my coworker the other day and I looked at her with genuine confusion. “How did that happen? I just did February’s last…?” She politely explained how March follows February but I was still stuck on how fast time is flying and how easily thrown … Continue reading Living with intention
Reprinted with permission of the Berthoud SurveyorMy 14-year-old car is perfect in many ways. I’ve had to do minimal maintenance on it beyond the usual and it’s only stranded me once. It’s not very pretty anymore but I do my best thinking in the dinged up Honda sedan and I dread the day I have … Continue reading Concerning cup holders
Reprinted with permission by the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor Home for the holidays is a popular wish for many, though not always possible due to circumstances such as distance, work, weather and even war. Years ago the only way to bridge those distances was letter writing or expensive long-distance phone calls. Sentimental carols like “White Christmas” … Continue reading I’m dreaming of a Skype Christmas
... and other annoying cliches I take issue with. To say that my fiftieth year has brought about changes in my life would be an under-statement of laughable proportions. About a year ago I formulated a wild list of goals to complete before the big 5-0 date. I’m still making progress on it, but I … Continue reading Change is good…
Reprinted with permission from the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor I recently passed that dreaded mid-century milestone, and once I finished crying over the AARP application I received in the mail, I realized that 50 isn’t quite what it used to be. Neither is 40, 60, 70 and so on, for that matter. It’s not just my … Continue reading Mid-century defiance