Yesterday when news of Robin Williams' death popped up in my feed I felt an incredible emptiness in my core. Despite the fact that I usually hold this kind of sadness for those closest to me, those I knew in real life, there's a deep anguish that feels like a web of energy amplified by the mere existance of 'movies' and 'internet,' of places like 'facebook' where each of my friends and acquiantences is sharing the moment to acknowledge the loss and power of one amazing individual. One person…Continue
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As I gazed in the mirror this morning I could only cringe. New lines and wrinkles, new gray, new age spots....all this newness simply meant I was getting old. I am not obsessed with my age of 56 but I do acknowledge that I have more days behind me than what I will ever see in front of me. I wish I could see myself through the eyes of my grandchildren. They don't see the wrinkles or age spots but rather someone whose eyes twinkle when they are around, someone who feels silly and…Continue
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Taking life seriously is a big mistake and most of us do that at one time or another.. We think we have to control situations, conditions or people in our lives, cities, states and the world. When in reality just taking care of our bodies, minds, emotions, responses and interactions with others is a full time job.
Spreading a little joy, compassion, kindness or laughter on a daily basis is a huge contribution to our world,…Continue
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Just as I got in the door, the cuckoo clock in the hallway started up and cuckooed 3 times. Quickly realizing my…Continue
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I’ve been car dancing for as long as I can remember. Maybe I got a little more free with my moves when tinted windows became popular. I guess I thought I was semi-hidden until someone I knew saw me and never
let me live it down. Eventually, I just didn’t care anymore. I busted
my moves, cut my rug, and mashed those potatoes – in the car, in the
grocery aisles, on the sidewalks. If the mood struck, I was DANCING.
Of course the fine art of car dancing is no fun alone, so…Continue
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