Monthly Archives: June 2011

A Screw Loose

A month ago I needed to get a new set of tires and did so.  Last week my tire pressure gauge went off in the car and I thought, hmm, that’s odd, bet it’s because the weather is so hot … Continue reading

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And When the Bow Breaks…

Sometimes I can get so familiar in my comfort zone that immense fear takes over when I am challenged to do something new or different.  It takes courage to be able to try new things and fall flat on your … Continue reading

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Am I Willing?

Sometimes my life feels like a roller coaster.  I’m sailing along and all is well, suddenly it hits—a huge drop and my stomach is up in my throat and I’m all up in my head.  The blessing today is that … Continue reading

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Family of Choice

There are so many demands on our time: from cell phones, Facebook, emails, etc. to making money to pay the bills.  How often do you hear people say they don’t have enough hours in the day?  I used to quip, … Continue reading

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I see London, I see France…

“If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you have always gotten.”  I’m not sure who is credited with that quote, but it is so true for me.  Stepping outside of my comfort zone is necessary … Continue reading

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And Don’t Call Me Stella…

Today I feel back in the groove.  My perspective on things is in a good state.  My tolerance of others is high.  My compassion for those without is strong.  It’s not always that way, but boy does it feel good … Continue reading

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The Perverbial Hula Hoop

Lately I have been catching myself saying, ‘If I could just…’  If I could just get rid of these shin splints I would run more and lose the rest of that weight.  If I could just get that approval from … Continue reading

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