Monthly Blog Archives: January 2010

Consulting the crystal ball…


This morning my son, Kayne, asked me if I had ever seen tarot cards. I said, “Are you kidding? I used to use the tarot a lot when I was younger.” I led him into the living room where I started searching the bookshelves for my old deck. I pulled out the cards and the book that goes...

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During last night’s Lively Conversation with Trish Bruxvoort Colligan, she talked about how important it is for us to be able to slow down enough so we can actually think about what story we’re coming from or what new story might be wanting to emerge. In the spirit of that, ...

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It’s never too late to be what you might have been. — George Eliot   ...

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All day long I’ve been trying to hold all these worlds. I keep reading about the earthquake in Haiti. I think about all those people who have lost loved ones, homes, anything, everything. And then there is my life. The everyday list of things-to-do. The picking my son up at school. The ea...

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Keep on Aging!


Yesterday I had a great talk about the words, “anti-aging” with my friend Mary Ann Bailey. We were laughing over the term, thinking that everyone is so ga-ga over this anti-aging thing — but doesn’t that term really imply NOT aging … or, um … death? Is...

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Deliberate stumbling ‘n bumbling.


I’m on a mission to fall/fail. I’ve been noticing lately how much energy I spend trying not to trip, slip, shake, or stumble. I don’t want to look bad. I want to have it all together. I want to be neat and presentable, all wrapped up in a bow. No more. This week I’m gonn...

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