This is a quick one. Nobody is ever too old to change. Nobody is ever too entrenched in their ways to change. Nobody is ever incapable of change. Whether a person is ten or twenty or thirty or forty or fifty or sixty or seventy or eighty or ninety or one hundred, he or she
I want to share a little story without giving specific details because in all honesty, the details don’t matter. These types of situations occur all the time — situations where you have to confront someone about something out of concern. I was pretty direct in the voicing of my concerns about something today. I made
Number 4 still FaceTimes me just about every day. But now that school is busier and swim practices have started and she’s made lots of friends, we are down to one FaceTime a day. Somtimes she calls in the morning when she’s getting ready for school. Sometimes she calls in between classes. Sometimes she calls
When I’m in the kitchen washing dishes and cleaning up sometimes I watch a show on the iPad. Being in the midst of a divorce, lately I’ve been watching cheesy movies on the Hallmark channel about people who inevitably find love. The other morning I was making breakfast and prepping some food for the day
I don’t make enough time for pleasure in my life. In fact, I hardly make any time for pleasure. Today I made time for pleasure and played golf with my parents and Number 3. The weather was great for golf, and the trees here in CT are starting to turn. My parents are so cute.
Yesterday when it felt like the entire world was caving in on me and I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to face all the things that needed to be faced, I had a moment (or ten) of major panic and anxiety and overwhelm. And then I got my shit together. Did I