Jump

Somewhere between, “I don’t have time” and “I’ll do that when the kids are older”, is a blur. The kids are now older and while I don’t have a ton of time, I am more flexible than I was when they were younger. There is an endless list of things I want to accomplish before… Continue reading Jump

Life’s GPS

While I was driving to an appointment, I had put the address in my phone’s GPS. Driving along, it told me to take a right. As the car maneuvered down a gravel road, it occurred to me that this path may not be the right one. With nothing but trees surrounding me, I turned the… Continue reading Life’s GPS

Positioning

Remember your first day in high school or maybe it was waiting to be picked for that unforgettable game of kickball. That uncomfortable feeling of not being worthy or enough.  Does my hair look okay?  Will they like me?   I am watching my youngest walk through those emotions of uncertainty with his entrance into… Continue reading Positioning

Readiness

“When the student is ready, the teacher appears,” is the perfect reminder for me that opportunities appear when I my heart is open.   Sometimes, it is a situation that brings me to my knees other times it is a simple nudge that leads me to a solution.  In any case, I have to be… Continue reading Readiness

Informant

As I navigate the social media expressway, I peruse the abundance of links posted with fascinating stories that tend to ignite a variety of discussion.   Lots of opinions over politics, animal treatment, and, well, the list is long.    I often wonder how many people actually have all the information.   Just because it… Continue reading Informant

Detachment

It is a common problem we all have faced.   Dealing with individuals with whom we need to detach from in order to preserve our sanity.    Recently, I have detached (with love or maybe more similar to like) from individuals who I have found not to be trustworthy.   It is complicated indeed, to… Continue reading Detachment