In my February 25 post, I wrote about my friend, Diana, teaching me to knit. She is the kindest teacher I’ve had. She praises me even when I make mistakes. She says I’m doing well. She says we learn by making mistakes. Having been raised by a perfectionist and morphing into one myself, that’s a […]
You are a link in a chain of causation that stretches before and after your life for a thousand generations. ~Rev. Chris Michaels Last summer I tore the pages of my journals into shreds … pages I used to remember the details of my story chronicled in A Long Awakening to Grace: a memoir of […]
In my March 20 post I wrote about our first Soul Scripting class through our local Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in glowing terms. I told you about how doing what I love brings me fully alive. This week the six-week class came to an end. Turns out it was not smooth sailing throughout. I knew […]
Last week, my daughter and I did something we have never done before. We went to see not one, but two movies at two different theaters in one day. I needed a break. Between caregiving, assuming too many leadership roles, and hearing about too many disheartening events in our world, this retired woman grew exhausted […]
A Long Awakening to Grace will be one of the featured books at this years premier book expo. Come on out and meet lots of authors in several genres. It is free and open to the public!
In the wee hours of Saturday morning, the 15th of March, I awoke with a sore throat. Fearing a cold coming on, I tried to ward it off with zinc and cold medicine. Despite the medication containing a sleep aid, for the next two nights, I had difficulty sleeping. In the wee hours of Monday […]