My daughter and my grandson have been visiting me for the last week. They were originally going to stay for three days, but decided to make it a full week. Since my kids all live far from me I don’t get much chance to see them, and although they stay in touch there’s nothing like […]
I found this post today on the InterDependence Project‘s blog, written by Nancy Thompson, about how Lou Reed died. (The InterDependence Project is a secular Buddhist Centre in New York). I want to share it for anyone else facing their own death … Continue reading →
Human beings are incredibly complex. We’re capable of such tremendous intellectual leaps while simultaneously promulgating ignorance. We are capable of such awesome beauty yet perpetrate unbelievably heinous acts. We are both ends of every polarizing concept, living in color and judging by shades of gray. I watched a mother and daughter go separate […]
We’ve all “lost” someone. I’ve never really understood why we say lost, it’s not as if we wandered off and left them in a shop or dropped them down the side of the sofa. But I digress. As we all know the only sure thing in life is that we’re all going …
Thanks Mom, Dad, Joe, Tyler, Dani, Trevor, Mallory and to all those who continue to love me through this mountain that I face. You give me courage and hope as this journey continues.
There are 400 breeds of dogs making up 400 million of the species on the planet. Wolves cannot make a similar claim, most likely because they tend to eat us when dogs, for the most part, don’t. This was announced on a PBS program abot the emergence and genetics of dogs. It was actually quite […]
by Judith ViorstHappinessIs a clean bill of health from the doctor,And the kids shouldn’t move back home formore than a year,And not being audited, overdrawn, in Wilkes-Barre,in a lawsuit or in traction.HappinessIs falling asleep without Valium,And hav…