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I don’t like to wear my glasses. When I realized in my 40’s that I needed ‘help’ to see the world I saw an optometrist who, quite predictably, recommended glasses.  I agreed to a pair of reading glasses. They were … Continue reading

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When do we truly begin living each day as if it is the only day that matters?  Because it is. And when do we begin to act on our beliefs authentically and intentionally?  Because that’s our truth. And when do … Continue reading

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I used to believe life had ‘phases’…chapters of our personal stories. The childhood chapter.  Maybe a discreet chapter for the teen years.  Then the early adult years.  The twenties.  Didn’t we all think turning thirty was the end of everything?  … Continue reading

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One of the things we learn as we travel through life is that we will disappoint others. We may not mean to…or even know that we did.  But disappointing others is likely inevitable. As children, we learn to dread the … Continue reading

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People are generous.  And so often, they share with me insights that have been important to them.  Lessons they value. On the corner of my desk right now is a collection of small books that have been gifted to me.  … Continue reading

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I work hard.  I think I do.  I’ve never minded the long hours, the challenges of hammering out what has to be done to meet a deadline or solve a problem and making the decisions that keep us moving forward. … Continue reading

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“In your Easter Bonnet, with all the frills upon it, you’ll be the grandest lady in the Easter Parade!” Does anyone wear a bonnet anymore?  It’s such a quaint word.  And it conjures up a vision of old-fashioned ribbons and … Continue reading

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I like landscapes.  I’m not a big art collector by any means, but when I see a landscape that highlights an expanse of scenery, I’m often drawn to it.  The lighting, the color, the season and more can affect my … Continue reading

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As a child, like many, I was taught the importance of saying “thank you” whenever I received something.  To not say thank you when Mama served dinner, when Grandma proffered a cookie, when anything or any favor was given, was … Continue reading

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Much is said today about the value of experiences over objects…things.  I understand. So much of what we store in our memory, so many of our life stories, are rooted in activity.  Those family vacations, holiday celebrations, visits to special … Continue reading