Monthly Archives: February 2015

Enthusiasm 26 February 2015

Who are your contemporaries? Who belongs to the same ‘age’ as you do? We all have connections to those who are as enthusiastic as we are about certain things. Do they have to exist, have their breath, in the same … Continue reading

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Ritual 24 February 2015

“Rituals are a central part of life whether it be in  how meals are shared together, or how major events are marked…Rituals give us places to be playful, to explore the meaning of our lives, and to rework and rebuild family relationships. … Continue reading

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Strength Training 20 February 2015

My doctor told me a couple of years ago that I needed to do more than just run five miles a day. Here I thought I was doing so well, I mean, running every day! I told him, “But, my … Continue reading

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To Dust 18 February 2015

By the sweat of your face you shall eat bread until you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken; you are dust and to dust you shall return. Genesis 3:19 These are words, the origin of … Continue reading

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Good Friends 16 February 2015

This was a weekend for good friends of all varieties. Sunny and gorgeous on Saturday morning, after our chores were done and we had a yummy late morning breakfast for Valentine’s Day, we saddled up and went for a ride. … Continue reading

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Daring Greatly 12 February 2015

I’ve been listening to a book as I drive back and forth to teach each day. Right now, it is a book called ‘Daring Greatly’ by Brene Brown. It is all about living in our imperfection and living in vulnerability … Continue reading

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In My Own Little Corner 9 February 2015

Everywhere we walked there were little girls in princess dresses. They were beautiful in blue and pink and yellow with tiaras and curled hair. We were going to see the Broadway production of Cinderella. I knew most of the songs … Continue reading

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