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Category: Reflections, Thoughts & Musings

Farewell Batman

It isn’t often that we get to have a real superhero in our midst. But that’s exactly what we had in Adam West. The world lost a true class act […]

Saying Goodbye to Facebook

I’ve been so quiet lately. I didn’t write one word all last week. My mother wouldn’t believe it if she were still alive. Is this what peace feels like? It’s […]

Loving Diversity

I’ve been writing my story on another blog that I keep hidden. I don’t think anybody wants to know me that intimately. It’s been quite cathartic. It’s also started me […]

Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 and became an official U.S. holiday in 1914. It began as a day that included churchgoing, the distribution of carnations, and […]

A Cardinal Serenaded Me Today

This morning I went out for my walk as I always do. It’s such a beautiful time of year right now! Everything is in bloom. The colors are all so […]

Kentucky Derby Hat Tradition

This weekend is the 142nd Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. The first race took place on May 17, 1875. The winner was Aristides and his rider was […]

Joy In The Sun

My son sent me this picture of him and his friend’s dog out kayaking. Have you ever seen a happier dog? Is that dog loving it or what? I absolutely […]

Saturday Morning Bliss

I’ve always loved waking up early on a Saturday morning. There’s just something so peaceful about the world at 5am. Even Lucky, my dog, doesn’t want to be bothered following […]

Lollypop

This happy little girl left us one year ago today. She was 13. If ever there was a gentle soul, it was Lollypop. Just saying her name made me smile. Lost […]

Cranky

I’m so glad I captured this moment on film. I should’ve known better than to take a 2- year-old for his first haircut on a day when he was feeling so […]

Why I Prefer Phone Interviews

Is there ever a situation where you feel more judged than the job interview?  Honestly… You walk in and extend your hand for a handshake and you’re immediately judged on […]

The Lesson

As a single parent I moved forward blindly in my child rearing.  Many times it felt like I was feeling my way around in the dark. Most of the time I didn’t […]

Eulogy To My 24 Inch Waist

Who’s the one that decided that we as a society must love exercising? Why are we made to feel guilty if we don’t love engaging in sports?  I, for one, am […]