• Thoughts & Things

    September 26, 2019 by

    Come, walk along my story. Sit down for a cup of tea. Ponder on life’s mysteries. Share my thoughts & things. When I consider the deepest wishes of my heart, it’s the hope to change the world. In a small way. Or maybe a big way. Or just in my own way.  It’s to use… Read more

  • February Book List

    March 12, 2020 by

    Covid-19 is on the top of everyone’s minds. Travel bans have begun, employers are asking workers to log in remotely, and schools are closed. My middle school aged daughter was so disappointed today to find out her band tour to Disneyland is being cancelled, but her spirits lifted later in the day when she learned… Read more

  • May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them.

    March 8, 2020 by

    It’s a perfect Spring Sunday in Arizona- the breeze prancing through my open window, making my bedroom curtains dance. It’s a slow, steady afternoon and I vacillated between getting outdoors into the sunshine and curling up in bed with a cup of tea, my book and my writing (obviously the latter has won). There will… Read more

  • Rest

    March 5, 2020 by

    I think I’m in the middle of an identity crisis. I am trying to let the idea sink into my heart, that “it’s good to feel good”. But when I sit still to unpack the layers of this idea, it seems like foreign territory. I don’t remember the last time I, on a regular and… Read more

  • January Book List

    February 5, 2020 by

    I began a big long post to dive into the 50-some books I read last year, but it got overwhelming and it’s 2020 now and we’re moving forward, not backward. So here’s my little list of January reads and I’d love to know what else is on your list ! I love personal finance, development,… Read more

  • Marathon Dreamin’

    January 21, 2020 by

    Running a marathon has been a goal of mine since high school. As a cheerleader, I can recall standing next to my squad while cheering on the runners of the first P.F. Chang’s Rock & Roll marathon here in Phoenix and admiring their strength and grit. Later in my twenties I bought the book, ‘The… Read more

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