NOT MINE

NOT MINE

Reading the ‘Don’t Label Me’ author’s mind continues to be a paradigm-shifting sojourn for me. It has been a while since I’ve felt so structurally challenged by so deeply evolved thinking. It is a rather easy read, in that she is in conversation with her blind dog,...
UNDER 3 in 6

UNDER 3 in 6

My husband runs. Not away – for which I am grateful. But he’s been running since high school and a few years back a running mate informed him he was part of a select group who have run an under 3 hour marathon in each of 5 decades. Now he’s going for 6. So Peter has...
THIS MOM’S CAUSE

THIS MOM’S CAUSE

My nascent opener for Mom’s Day night PCA gig: We moms don’t always act divine; Nor manage, even in our prime; To create times of love sublime; Some days it’s just enough; To get by, breathing, on this earth; With those to whom we’ve given birth; Who do, for us, for...
DON’T LABEL ME

DON’T LABEL ME

“Don’t Label Me” should be labeled as genius.” Chris Rock I agree. Though I’m only an eighth of the way through the book, it is upending my liberal, all-inclusive, ‘I’m in the right’ paradigm. From page 9: “…We’re attaching labels to individuals as if those...
YES!

YES!

Something feels universally right and good seeing our newly acquired geodesic dome. That it is for climbing is a boon. Somehow a geodesic dome feels right to me. Somehow it says a cosmic YES! YES to what? Let’s find out!  THE CONCEPTS BEHIND THE GEODESIC DOME One of...
SOLVIFACTION

SOLVIFACTION

Solvifaction – just made that word up. Last night I faced my misplaced need for solvifaction. I attended a talk on emotions and the teenage brain given by our high school. I got schooled on the hippocampus and amygdala. And how the frontal lobe is not fully...