A Dog’s Life

A Dog’s Life I’ve always been blessed to have dogs in my life. I often say I’d like to come back in my next life as my dog. After having spent the last 44 years of my life with dogs I’ve come to believe one of the many reasons dogs were meant to be human…

Never Too Old For An Easter Basket

Never Too Old For An Easter Basket The week leading up to Easter my teenage daughters were dropping hints every chance they got about wanting Easter baskets. I make them baskets every year but I wasn’t sure about this year. Not only did they want Easter Baskets but they wanted to color eggs as well!…

When I Grow Up……

                            When I Grow Up……                                Last week my Grandmother turned 90 years young. Our family was not in the least bit surprised that she would celebrate this…

Life Lessons from Triathlon

Have you ever been so terrified that you wanted to cry and vomit at the same time? You shake uncontrollably? Your fight or flight area of your brain has been activated and screams, “Run for the hills!” But your bowels protest screaming, “Run for the porta potty instead!” Welcome to triathlon my friend. Defined, triathlon…

Learning Forgiveness

Forgiveness. This word carries so much weight and meaning. It’s said that forgiveness is one of the hardest lessons for human beings to learn. And one of the most important lessons as well. I thought I knew all about forgiveness. All you have to do is pick out all the character flaws and shortcomings of the…

Lessons for Oscar magic

While watching the Oscars last Sunday night it dawned on me that its a special night for more than one reason. Not because of the importance behind The Oscar itself but because of such a large concentration of people gathered in one place and all operating on such a high vibrational level. When the dynamic…