The next chapter

I turned 49 last week. I have officially lived longer than both of my parents. Thinking about that is pretty surreal because in my head they will always be the age they were when I last saw them. Moving into this next chapter of my life will mean many things. The most important of which... Continue Reading →

13 things about me

I don't watch much TV - in particular major networks. Well - it's mainly crime dramas and reality shows that make me cringe. If possible, I don't watch or the news - it's depressing. I figure that I am online so much and will find out what I need to know eventually anyway. I live in the DC... Continue Reading →

Springtime at Monticello

When I visit this place I am inspired by the spirit, genius, and profound vision that Mr. Jefferson had for his beloved country. I breathe in the air, walk on hallowed ground, and am reminded of all that is truly important. I am renewed.      

Looking up

Live with Intention. Walk to the edge. Listen hard. Practice wellness. Play with abandon. Laugh. Choose with no regret. Continue to learn. Appreciate your friends. Do what you love. Live as if this is all there is. - Mary Anne Radmacher

Bless your difficulties

I have been struggling with sadness this past week - hard to understand why such sad things happen. Here is my mantra for the coming week. Thanks to Dirt Diva for this: Ask for guidance in seeing the truth concealed in your personal challenges. Bless your difficulties and ask to see their hidden guidance. Have... Continue Reading →

When a child dies

Yesterday I picked my teenage son up from school and took him to McDonalds on the way home. While sitting at the drive-thru, we saw many kids from his high school walking home. I noticed 2 boys walking together and for some reason thought to ask my son if he knew them.  My son said... Continue Reading →

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