Finding Our Filters

One of my sons told me recently I have no filters. I had to pause for a moment because even though I knew I was by no means an insensitive person in the habit of blurting out whatever popped into my head without first considering its impact on landing, I could understand where he wasContinue reading “Finding Our Filters”

“The Way We Were”

It cannot be denied that over the last 20 years times have drastically changed but for those of us born before the late 1990s it’s safe to say that today we are living in a completely different world. Not only has time changed, but with technology and information, even the rate of change has changed.Continue reading ““The Way We Were””

Walking The Unfamiliar Road

Have you ever gone walking in an unfamiliar neighborhood? At the start of the walk everything is new and interesting but after a few feet in and with every new twist and turn you realize you have no idea where you are, but still, you keep walking. With every turn you feel more lost, youContinue reading “Walking The Unfamiliar Road”

29 Years Above Water

Today my husband and I celebrate our 29th year wedding anniversary and I have learned that even though there are some do’s and don’ts in marriage, there are no manuals on the right or wrong way to make your marriage work. Marriage is not a “one size fits all” type of relationship and sometimes weContinue reading “29 Years Above Water”

Life’s Highs and Lows

So, yes I’m on the move again. In fact as I write this blog I’m in transit on a flight bound for Florida. This time around the primary reason for this trip is a solemn one. The cycle of life is one sprinkled with highs and lows and ups and downs, and we just haveContinue reading “Life’s Highs and Lows”

It’s a Fishy Story Really

Today I went to the fish market. Lately we’ve been eating just way too much chicken. In one week, we’ve had jerked chicken, curried chicken, BBQ chicken and stir-fried chicken. I feared we would all grow feathers and wings and fly away if we had one more chicken dinner. So, this week I decided toContinue reading “It’s a Fishy Story Really”

When the Math Doesn’t Add Up

Feature Image: The Atlantic Today my husband and I went to the track to get in a few laps. Normally when I walk, I track my performance on my Apple phone, and I also count on my fingers and keep a mental check in my head. These past few weeks, for a competition I’m in,Continue reading “When the Math Doesn’t Add Up”