I'm a logical kind of girl who's known to be (figuratively, not literally) from Missouri, the "show me" state. I LOVE proof. Empirical evidence. Facts. Solid support.And yet, I've seen so many inexplicable things occur this past year, events and circumstances with no logical basis.It's been a big . . .
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. -Eleanor Roosevelt . . .
This morning I ask for your prayers for Baby Makenzie. My friend's daughter has gone into premature labor and the baby is coming today, at only 30 weeks. At this stage, a baby's lungs are not fully developed yet.We pray that S. has a safe labor and that baby Makenzie enters the world and goes home . . .
Lacy little pink and yellow confections with sweetheart roses. Pink polka dot onesies. Tiny little pink socks. Miniature shoes.Macy’s children’s department is a fairyland of children’s clothes. And for someone like me, a frustrated mother if ever there was one, well, I just get lost in there, oohing . . .
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Tikva’s monument was unveiled in San Francisco a few days ago. Tikva is the beautiful angel-daughter of my friend, G. The baby girl who was called to Heaven just two months after she was born.The inscription “Love is all you need” is on her monument.I read her mother’s blog regularly. It’s raw and . . .
I wonder how many people, like me, think of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson all the time? And feel his loss acutely?We don't see this kind of American original that often any more, although if you think about it, he was very in keeping with our nation's roots. We've always liked outlaws.Ahh, Hunter. Getting . . .
FLH and I were talking the other day about someone we know who feels they got the raw end of the growing up stick. That the way they were treated growing up led them to have a smaller vision of their life and fewer accomplishments.If you believe, as I do, that you create your own life and future, . . .
Here's what a friend wrote me after reading my recent post about karma:...you get what you get -- the only thing that really makes a difference is how you choose to respond to it. Life can be beautiful, life can be tragic; it is dynamic -- don't get too used to what you are doing now, 'cause it's . . .
I had lunch last week with a colleague I wanted to reconnect with for my workshop business. She emailed me a follow-up that included this statement: You are amazing in the way your life has fallen into an almost too good to be true situation. You must have some seriously good karma.You never want . . .