Why do you travel so much? It's a question I hear often, because we are on the road constantly, always planning something new, whether it's hiking in Scotland, seeing the Northern Lights in Iceland or enjoying the beauty of Rome. Even a visit to our hometown is an exciting prospect. Why travel so . . .
You may be moved in a direction You do not understand, Away from the safe, the familiar, Toward a vision that is blurry, Yet still pounds against The doors of your dreams... -Susan Rogers Norton Have you ever felt like this? Does it seem familiar? Is it happening to you now? That pounding on . . .
Morning Question What good shall I do today? Evening Question What good have I done today? Two simple daily questions, attributed to Ben Franklin, who was wise in so many different ways. They're life-changing. I'm pretty sure that if we started and ended the day this way, we'd live in a very . . .
Envy seems to be everywhere, these days. More than ever. Or maybe we see it more now because social media posts give us a way to compare ourselves with others. Social media posts can make us envious of others, whose lives we fear are bigger, more interesting, more secure and happier than our . . .
One of the best things about the growth of cable TV is the breadth of programming and the ability to expose ourselves to things we might not otherwise see up close and personal. This is even more true of so-called "reality" TV. And while it's true that my Real Housewives habits (only a few) is a . . .
Air travel delays are something we've learned to live with. Both of us traveled extensively for our jobs and there are very few air travel delay situations we haven't encountered. Of course, delays when traveling for pleasure are somewhat less stressful than when we absolutely, positively had to be . . .
See me Feel me Touch me Heal me Who sees you? Oh, I don't mean by eyesight. I mean really, really SEES you, the totality of the person you are. Think about it. Is there anyone like that in your life? Even if you think hard, I'll bet you won't be able to come up with that many people who really . . .
This is the thing about exits. They really aren't one way doors out. They also open inward to welcome something new. Once we really get that, we'll never look at a goodbye the same way. Have you experienced a goodbye that led to something even better? We'd like to hear about it in the Comments, . . .
If one thing's clear these days, it's that class is a thing of the past. Folks have lost sight of what it is, for one. And even if they know what it is, they don't really seem to respect it. I marched in an ERA parade back in the day. So let me give my bonafides, first: progressive, feminist. . . .
I'd like to thank the guy, who wrote the song That made my baby fall in love with me Most women who hear that my husband and I remarried after 26 years apart are fascinated. How did that happen? they want to know. That's my question, too. Because i have no idea. Once he left back in 1980 I . . .