I wrote yesterday’s blog post in the morning. Later in the day, a friend posted a link on their facebook page love purgatory If I had read this a few months ago, or even right before the post by Sheryl Sandberg, I probably would have found myself booking a vacation to the past. There were… Continue reading timing
Sheryl Sandberg wrote a post on her facebook account marking the end of sheloshim, the completion of religious mourning for a spouse. As most people are aware, her husband died in a treadmill accident when they were on vacation. You can read the full post here I read the post this morning out of empathy &… Continue reading Option B
I should know better….I mean I seriously should know better by now… There is always a test & it always seems to be a pop quiz… I had a pretty good weekend, if you read my blog you know I spent the weekend with two fascinating men that offered me a lot of inspiration &… Continue reading down the rabbit hole….
Sometimes you need to observe someone else struggling in order to see your own. I have written before about my struggle with control. From seemingly insignificant things like the way a book is going to end or searching for spoilers to see if I want to see a movie to the feelings I experienced after… Continue reading there is always something to learn
Regardless of how you personally celebrate this season, I thought I would take a moment and offer you a few thoughts & wishes For those who are struggling this season, through loss, grief, change, isolation or distance, my wish for you is peace & a the ability to find gratitude. For those running around playing… Continue reading ’tis the season
Grief is obviously a byproduct of loss. Loss by death or loss by an ending. There are volumes of writings & thoughts on the death of a loved one. I lost my mother almost 18 years ago. I know about mourning death and as the anniversary of this life altering loss is almost here, I… Continue reading grief
Today is one of those days. I am grateful that thoughts & ideas are now flowing freely, although leaving me feeling a little frazzled. I am grateful because for a while, I didn’t write. Writing is something I actually need to do. I knew that writing made me feel better, but I don’t know that… Continue reading Too much