Monthly Archives: January 2015

conflict as a third world nation

For much of my young adult life I was seen as the benevolent presence in hard situations; I was the oil on the waters kind of a person who could usually stop a squabble in its tracks. While I was … Continue reading

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“There is no more toilet paper in here!”

This was the phrase that came ringing through the closed bathroom door when our two 1/2 year old grandchild was concentrating on a site specific task in there this morning. Most of us have come upon the same unhappy discovery … Continue reading

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fat cats don’t like change

It was in the early days of my relationship with my husband and somewhere in the midst of “new-love’s-full-disclosure” when I told him about my cat. I had been moving small things into his apartment over the last few weeks … Continue reading

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reflecting on the possibilities

Hello and happy 2015, traveling beauties. In the fall of 1989 Louise Hay gave a talk titled, “The Totality of Possibilities” and in it she discussed the importance of giving ourselves permission to release old fears, patterns and beliefs. She … Continue reading

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