How Seasons On The Calendar Are Like Seasons Of Life

Spring Has Sprung It’s that’s time of year. The seasons are changing once again. We’re hearing about fewer snowstorms and more tornados. Signs of new life emerging from the dead of winter. (Or in Florida, the slightly cooler and browner of winter). In the past couple of months, I have made five trips and have seen … More How Seasons On The Calendar Are Like Seasons Of Life

How A Trip To New York City Was Like An English Country Dance

I love period movies or television shows like Pride and Prejudice or Downton Abbey. I especially enjoy the scenes where there is a ball or a country dance. The intricacies of the dances are mesmerizing. Couples bow and curtsey then the dance begins. Everyone knows the steps. They move in unison, either in parallel lines … More How A Trip To New York City Was Like An English Country Dance

Why Unplugging From Technology Was Unexpectedly Blissful: A Rocky Mountain Adventure

Majestic, grand, awe-inspiring; these are just a few of the words I would use to describe the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. West To The Rockies My husband and I recently spent a few days in Estes Park, Colorado along with another couple. We were there to attend a wedding — the son of a dear … More Why Unplugging From Technology Was Unexpectedly Blissful: A Rocky Mountain Adventure

It’s All Relative: Why Compassion Is Better Than Complaining

Have you ever caught yourself complaining about something when you really didn’t have a good reason to complain? Especially in the current state of our world? I have, I’m ashamed to admit. Deep In The Heart Of Texas – Waco I visited Texas last weekend with two close friends. It was our annual “get away … More It’s All Relative: Why Compassion Is Better Than Complaining