Posts Categorized: Family

Arriving with No Limits

Babysitting for my two young grandchildren and watching them jump into life with abandon have made me acutely aware that we come into this world with no limits. We have no innate brakes that control our physical and emotional expressions or modulate our dreams and expectations. Everything is possible; nothing fits into a box. Categories… Read more »

Mom Tweets

My eighty-eight-year-old mother surprises me again.  Last year she learned how to text.  I remember her first text, “I am texting.” Now she wants to learn how to tweet.  Why?  Because politicians tweet and she wants to let them know what she thinks. Amazing!  Remarkable!  Inspiring! Share!TumblrStumbleUponPrintPinterestLinkedinTwitterFacebookemail

A Valentine Day of Loving

Happy Valentine’s Day! A time of love and of feeling wanted. A day to show appreciation and to feel appreciated, to celebrate love and connection, romance and companionship, chocolate and jewelry, a shining Hallmark moment. On this Valentine’s Day, I wish for you the most precious gift that you can receive. And that gift is… Read more »

Seeking Authenticity

People are increasingly aware of authenticity, in our politicians, friends, family and in ourselves.  Who can we trust to be true to his/her word?  Who is behind the facade of electability?  Who is at the core when the layers of the onion are peeled back? I have always been interested in being real.  I know… Read more »

Adults Can Be Enthusiastic Too

Enthusiasm! Positive energy for life, people, exploration. It is contagious. The fish monger (as he calls himself) at Whole Foods was so enthusiastic about my trying a delicious, new fish from Brazil that he repeated his recipe three times to be sure that my experience would be successful. My grandchildren are as exhilarated when playing… Read more »