I believe that the ugly, nasty, terrible, sad and miserable stories are really the ones that win the day. The crap that shows that we can survive, and that drop the veil of separation, are what help and heal. The hard stories bridge the gap created by the boasts and brags.
"I try not to complain on Fridays." - Sandy That little quote above was told to me by a kickboxing buddy. She's great lady with pleasant outlook on life. When she told me that she tries not to complain on Fridays I was struck by how simple the idea was. I mean, honestly, why would… Continue reading I Try Not To Complain On Fridays
"It's been a while" seem to be words we use to talk about something or someone that we may have let go of. Maybe not intentionally, but as life continues to move, things or people get left behind. I was recently the one left behind. It has taken me some time to come to terms… Continue reading It’s Been A While
I have a kid that is smart, creative and into everything. One day, not so long ago, he was busy creating something in his room. I love it when he gets into his creations. It gives me time to do my own thing and he often comes up with something awesome. So this day he… Continue reading The Kid and the Yoga Mat
We all say to ourselves "I should do something", "they should do this", or "we shouldn't have done that." But if we look at this truthfully, it doesn't matter if we should or shouldn't have done something, we did. (Look at us, doing things, or not) "Do or do not. There is no try." -… Continue reading Should-ing Yourself