There is so much out there, these days, about being mindful; about being in the moment. There is even a Mindfulness for Dummies book (I confess that I have it on my bookshelf although I have yet to read it). Continue reading “My Search for Mindfulness: Learning to be in the Moment”
A Son is a son till he takes him a wife,
A daughter’s a daughter all of her life.
Continue reading “A Son is a Son Till…”
The older I get, the heavier become my deepest regrets. I find myself making amends now, as often as I can: I do not want to die with the added regret of words unspoken. This is a story of a woman I met recently who must have waited too long… Poetry has never been my strong suit, but I have added – at the very end – my own plea for forgiveness… Continue reading “I’m So Sorry…”
The thing about mentors is that the best ones may not even know that they made a difference. Continue reading “The Thing About Mentors”
The year I got divorced from my first marriage was a bad one for me. My children were very young – just three and five – and just as my ex was leaving, I lost my job. Continue reading “I’ve Got This…”
I think my cat is a Buddhist. Continue reading “Maggie”