Once a month, I venture out for my pedicure. I am a low maintenance gal, but this is my indulgence. I have had a standing appointment with the same gal for over four years. It’s early. In fact, it is before the salon actually opens which means, no interaction with crowds of people. It is… Continue reading Aqua Therapy
We all do it. The reflection. The moment where we analyze the ups and downs of the past year. Thinking about how we could have made it better and then vowing that 2020 will be the year to seize. You might make some resolutions, which are just premeditated resentments. I prefer to fly by the… Continue reading A Year In Review
The age of the internet is so interesting. Want to find a job? A recipe? A unicorn that speaks French? Just Google it. There are so many platforms that sometimes I feel like Google really knows me, and then there are moments when I am literally like, WTF? When I was actively pursuing freelance writing… Continue reading Do You Really Know Me?
As we plunge into the holiday season, there will be triggers. Those tiny nuggets that invade our peaceful existence. During these festive times, we will also encounter many personalities. Lots and lots of personalities. This is why Santa only visits once a year. He doesn’t like people either. Let me tell you a story, boys… Continue reading Triggers
There is are two ways to go when life throws you a curve ball. You can duck and ignore it. Or, you can rise and embrace it. On Tuesday, I received an email from the literary agent that was interested in reading the first fifty pages of my book. My fingers itched to click read… Continue reading The Wait
I am a planner. It’s just what I do. Along with being planner, I am also prepared. Well, most of the time. Saturday we were headed to Bowling Green to cheer on WKU as they played their last home game of the season. Seriously, last game, which reminds me that Bryce is halfway through his… Continue reading Rain Delay
How was your Thanksgiving? Did you survive or did you have to opt for a witness protection program? I survived. In fact, it was one of our better gatherings. I have to credit that with lots of teamwork and the gift of listening. Earlier in the day, Brian and I attended a meeting where the… Continue reading Listening