This is my favorite picture from my vacation in Hawaii. My final morning when I took my rental car and headed for the Road to Hana. This picture is special. I keep this picture in a frame top box on my coffee table to remind me of what is possible. That final morning I spotted
Month: November 2011
There will come a day when I will go unseen and unknown. No forwarding address, no email or phone number. It is the fate of all that have come before me and the waiting legacy of all who come after me. Few have the chance to choose the when, where or how. And no one
I never, ever get a cold. EVER!!! But this morning? Aching, sneezing, stuffy head, soar throat. WTF? My mother assured me it was all mental. A stress reaction to finding out my health insurance provider had dumped me three days ago without telling me. Lovely. They …(shhhhh.. .United Healthcare) had told me in July that
It is absolutely stupid how freeing leaving 8″ of hair behind on the salon floor made me feel this afternoon. It was a spontaneous decision. Call and if they could take me – GO! Ohhh ….I find those are the best decisions! All spur of the moment and exciting. I was a bundle of nerves
One of the greatest assets we can possess is HOPE. Hope gives us the ability to move forward, to see ahead through the storm and on to clearer days and calmer seas. It tells us “we can” when others, including ourselves, say “we can’t”. Hope is that small seed that propels us into the future.