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Timing
Friday, December 15, 2017      2 comments

My nutrition has been all over the place the past two years or so and has resulted in my putting back on 25 of the 115 pounds I had lost. I get frustrated that I have had such a difficult time getting that back under control. The past few mont... Read more
Patterns
Monday, December 04, 2017      3 comments

Did you get a chance to see the Super Moon? It was amazing. But what makes it super? Two things need to be in place. First, the moon has to be at its closest point to the Earth, and it has to be full. I mean, if the moon is new and clos... Read more
Peace, Love, and Pushing Through
Sunday, November 05, 2017      2 comments

Wow! You want to talk about positive? Our gym is closing just before Christmas. Our gym is not just a building with equipment and sweat but one of the longest-running gyms in the area, and has become a community in itself for so many of us in th... Read more
Seeing Stars
Thursday, October 19, 2017      4 comments

There is nothing in this world quite like an October sky during the new moon. I am so fortunate to live in a river valley away from much light pollution. This morning after feeding my animals I turned off my flashlight and just stopped and dr... Read more
Feeling healthy
Monday, October 09, 2017      2 comments

So the challenge is to describe how I find or define health in ways other than weight. One is muscle! I love that when I shower my shoulders feel muscular and firm rather than squishy and soft. My clothes fit better and I can do more. Getting th... Read more
Running Free
Sunday, October 08, 2017      2 comments

This weekend is the local big run. One of the church groups here puts on a half-marathon, with a 10K that Saturday (yesterday) and a 5K on Friday night. This year I did the 5k at an average speed of 6 MPH, garnering a 2nd in my age group. ... Read more
Bad time?????
Wednesday, September 27, 2017      1 comments

Ouch! I read this yesterday and it really hit me : “Was it a bad day? Or was it a bad 5 minutes that you milked all day?” Yeah. It can be so easy to hold onto every slight, every frustration, every complaint; but who does that serve? ... Read more
done
Sunday, September 24, 2017      1 comments

I wanted to make a work area that bred positivity. Not the sparkling rainbows and unicorn positivity, but an area with a free & open exchange of ideas. Where everyone shared the load so the load was light for everyone. Where kindness was encoura... Read more
Ordinary days
Monday, September 18, 2017      0 comments

This weekend I spent time with my daughter and eldest grandchild. This weekend I ran a 5k for the first time in AGES! This weekend I watched by Sox win and my Sox lose. This weekend I took a long, hot, Epsom Salt bath (did I mention is was... Read more
Forgiveness
Monday, September 11, 2017      0 comments

Last year the Colombian Congress signed a peace accord with the Rebel faction known as FARC. The accord has been a hard pill for many people in Colombia to swallow. The fighting had been intense, had lasted for generations, and had ended with ... Read more
Kindness matters
Thursday, August 31, 2017      1 comments

Kindness matters. It really does. In nearly every interaction of every day we live on the precipice of choice : to be kind or not. I will admit that my first reaction to a person or how that person acts or makes me feel is not always with kin... Read more
Grabbing the ring
Sunday, August 06, 2017      0 comments

Balboa Park has a truly phenomenal carousel. Besides the requisite horses, this gem that sits near the San Diego Zoo, has tigers, ostriches, giraffes, roosters, sleighs and a lion. As a young child I was content to sit on any animal with m... Read more
Positivity, Scales, and the Art of Forgiveness
Saturday, August 05, 2017      3 comments

The past few years I have been trying to erase the negativity in my workplace. Slowly but surely, a few of us have worked on our faults and tempered our reactions so that we can have a work environment built on treating each other with mutual re... Read more
Balance
Wednesday, August 02, 2017      2 comments

Life today can seem like walking a tightrope. There is always something that needs doing, and often that doing is not for ourselves. This makes it so easy to become overwhelmed and make us feel like we are not enough. I really like this defin... Read more
A Certain Wizard's Birthday
Tuesday, July 25, 2017      2 comments

I’ve been really, REALLY looking forward to the birthday party we are having at the library on Sunday. I’ve been looking up recipes and have my Hufflepuff tie all ready to go. I am excited! French author Gustave Flaubert once said “pleasure is... Read more

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