When I’m tired, my mind plays back every single moment of the day Joe died. The second-guessing starts. Could have, would have, should have sends me spiraling into feelings of sadness, guilt, fear and anger. Perfectly capable of managing how I am feeling, I could change the direction of my feelings and head towards happy … Continue reading Tips for Staying Stuck!
Screw celebrating hindsight! Your Fabulous! My friend Joni called last night. She had just been to the funeral of a client’s 19-year-old son who had committed suicide. Joni made a really good point, for which I’ll give her credit and sum up for you here. The good die young, and remind us to celebrate each … Continue reading Screw Celebrating Hindsight!
I Need a Break! Do you find it “Odd” that forgiveness is plentiful, but getting a break takes an act of God? Recently, as I was juggling campers, kids, household stuff, paperwork, and car repairs, I wondered if I would be asked to leap tall buildings, too. Facebook friends commented back, ”Yep, in a single … Continue reading A Break Is Great!
RIGHT TURNS. Last night I dreamt about this wonderful story written by Michael Gartner, editor of newspapers large and small and president of NBC News. In 1997, he won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing. I loved reading it and hope you will enjoy it as well; perhaps it really is all about right turns. … Continue reading Right Turns by Michael Gartner!
Bucket List has a Hole! Call me odd, but I don’t have or want a “bucket list” filled with future goals and wannabe achievements. These days, I have little or no desire to improve myself all that much. I don’t want to learn how to speak a foreign language. I may never master a chocolate … Continue reading My Bucket Has A Hole!