Time Shows Up

So I ran into a friend at Target yesterday. I was there shopping for home supplies and she was in line for her prescription. I walked toward her to hug her but she paused me -- 'pneumonia...' she whispered hoarsely. This friend, I'll call her 'Kay' is one of the most inspiring people I know. … Continue reading Time Shows Up

Exercise is Poetry of the Body

Exercise moves your physical body and occupies your human mind for you cannot exercise and think about anything other than what you are doing for fear of injury. Stay focused. Exercise helps you engage all parts of your body and mind and get them working in unison in a way that few other activities can … Continue reading Exercise is Poetry of the Body

Diary Entry 3/27/16

This is a few weeks after I wrote it, because I was unsure I wanted to share. Somehow in the past 48 hours, I have felt compelled to update my blog site and add some elements to it. And this is the first page that I opened to, after deciding to share some of my … Continue reading Diary Entry 3/27/16

6 Words That Rocked My World

  My husband Jason is a scientist and someone who has a very intense filing system for a mind. His mind never shuts down. If the average person has over 20,000 thoughts a day, he probably has more like 10x! For 13 years that we've been together I've suggested, pleaded, begged, implored, recommended and pretty much done … Continue reading 6 Words That Rocked My World

I got pulled over by a policeman today

Yes I did. I was driving home with my 7yo after dropping my 3yo off to school so we could have a 'girls' day off' while on Spring Break. I turned down a street, just one turn away from my home, doing a California Roll (barely stopping) at the stop sign and in the microsecond … Continue reading I got pulled over by a policeman today