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Category Archives: life is good
Many moons ago, in the presence of my eldest niece (who was 11 or 12 at the time), I said (for some reason i can’t remember) “time flies” … to which she replied: “Oh Uncle Debbie,* only old people say … Continue reading
This post is part of the “Blog Lovin’ Tour” for Michelle Ward and Jessica Swift’s awesome new book The Declaration of You. The tour is an 8 week celebration where tons-o-bloggers are going to write in support and celebration of … Continue reading
A friend posted this Chinese proverb on Twitter today: “I dreamed a thousand paths; I woke and walked my own.” It made me think of yesterday’s throw-down prompt, and I’ve been feeling like a bit of a weenie for not participating in … Continue reading
(if you know the artist/photographer who created this awesomeness, please let me know; i’m all about giving credit to the creatives …)
If you’re a regular reader here, you know my mini-mantra for Throw-down Thursdays (a weekly writing playdate) is: notice/write. But sometimes, when you’re writing about your own life, and facing big goals and mega-personal mountains, other steps come in: steps like ‘wrestle,’ and sometimes … Continue reading
The last day of 2012. And how are you spending it? Are you a resolution person? Do you reflect, set intentions, or have a ritual to mark the end of the year? Do you go to a New Years Eve … Continue reading
So … the Mayan calendar ends tomorrow; is it the end of the world as we know it? If everything really was going to go kaplooie tomorrow, how would you be spending this last day? Are you doing any of … Continue reading
With the recent ravages of Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy here in the eastern US, followed by Thanksgiving (and now, with the december holiday season upon us), I’ve been noticing waves of gratitude flowing in from all corners of my real and virtual … Continue reading
After two weeks without heat, hot water, lights or electricity in the wake of Hurricane/Super-storm Sandy, I – along with a lot of people I know – have been talking about gratitude. And just in time for the American Thanksgiving … Continue reading
It all boils down to this.