How To Say “I’m Sorry” And Why: A Yom Kippur Story

I’m re-running a post from 2016, with some edits.   With thanks to thinglink.com for the image. Prior to today’s post preparation, I knew this holiday mostly through its connection to “the Yom Kippur War” of 1973. As a result, I set out … Read More

Sasha, On Aging Well

posted in: Age, Life Lessons, Sasha 8

  Alpha Mom asked me to take this week’s post as she’s a bit preoccupied with her homework for a new training she’s in. She says she’ll write about it once she’s done and can look back with perspective. I … Read More

Changing My Focus

Remember this? This was my original website header back when I began in 2013, thanks to my friend Anne McKinsey. I still love those colors, though I’ve since learned the difference between calling myself a writer and calling myself an … Read More

Living Plan B

This photo of South Padre Island is courtesy of TripAdvisor. You know what will eventually happen . The best laid plans are so often just like those sand castles we build. How often do your plans dissolve before you even … Read More

Summer Break

Hello, It’s been nearly three months, which I find hard to believe.  Last we talked, I explained my need for a “Spring Break.” Well, guess what — I’m now extending that into a Summer Break as well. Please be happy … Read More

Understanding Personal Efficacy and Its Impact on Choice

Last week’s post, subtitled the dilemma of choice, got me thinking anew about “choice” — from the act of it to the impact of it. I’m not sure where we’ll wind up at the end, but let’s get started. We’ll … Read More

Embracing the Bookshelf: The Dilemma of Choice

posted in: Life Lessons 17

I like knowing that there are certain things in this world of ours that I can rely on — like the changing seasons and that spring invariably follows winter. Though I can’t tell from looking out my window that spring … Read More

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