I find myself on yet another mission this year. This one for our cat Lucy, who I blogged about briefly a few days ago. The mission: to lower Lucy’s blood sugar, elevate her potassium and GET HER TO EAT (which, as anyone who has a cat knows, can be TRICKY when they turn up their … Continue reading We Love Lucy
Hey blog readers, Life has been getting in the way of me writing/sharing blogs with you the past couple of weeks, which I'm pretty frustrated about! I'm coming off a rough patch, most notably with our cat Lucy suddenly becoming diabetic again. Endless trips to the vet, tears and fears have filled the last week … Continue reading So many blogs, not enough time!
You complete nine tasks out of 10 on your ‘to do’ list – are you happy about the nine or do you dwell on the 10th? You go on vacation and see everything you set out to see, except for one thing? Do you think about the one thing later, even more than all you’ve … Continue reading Yes, I’m Positive!
“They can kick dirt in your face Dress you down and tell you that your place is in the middle When they hate the way you shine …” Omg, Brandi Carlile. You cracked my heart wide open listening to those lines in your song, The Joke, which I played repeatedly my entire hourlong morning commute … Continue reading Shine
Last blog I shared my mixed feelings about the expression, “It is what it is,” and the book from my son Dan that helped clarify some things for me. I want to share one more insight from Expand This Moment by John Shelby. It’s about another expression I’m not a big fan of – “The … Continue reading Good Intentions
I’ve always pretty much hated that expression – “It is what it is.” For example: You go to someone in your workplace, at a store, at home, and you explain a problem you’re having with the process, the service, the way you’re being treated, your problem here. And they say, in that lame, kind of … Continue reading It Is What It Is … Or Is It?
“Success is nothing without someone you love to share it with.” “I know every town worth passing through. But what good does knowing do, with no one to show it to?” I went to Myers-Briggs training several years ago and was labeled one of the biggest ‘extroverts’ in the group. What I found out, interestingly, … Continue reading Extrovert? Guilty as Charged!