A Quick Word on Writing . . .

My intended post for tonight isn't quite ready yet.  Lunch hour flew by, yoga ran late, the kids stayed up past their bedtime.  Life happened.  So you'll have to wait until tomorrow for the post I planned.  In the meantime, I have this for you. Remember way back to my first post when I shared with... Continue Reading →

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The Great Picture Project

Every January I make a "to do" list for the year. Every year, I move one item from the previous year's list, to the next. May I present to you that one item: The Great Picture Project . . . Yep, that's my wedding picture on top, and somehow Pokemon cards ended up on the... Continue Reading →

Chopping the Branches of Avidya

My husband gave me a book for Christmas called, The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice, by T.K.V. Desikachar. I previously posted about my newfound love for yoga, and I wanted to share something I read that applies universally, whether or not you enjoy yoga practice. The following is from Chapter Two, "The Foundations of Yoga Practice."  Don't... Continue Reading →

Thirty-Nine Years Old

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was only thirty-nine years old when he was assassinated. 39. But wow, did he live a lot of life in those thirty-nine years. Born on January 15, 1929, Dr. King attended segregated schools in Atlanta, Georgia, graduating high school at age fifteen. He then attended and graduated from Morehouse College, and... Continue Reading →

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