Volumes have been written on the topic of letting go of unhealthy habits, negative experiences, toxic relationships, judgement, guilt, etc. I’ve learned practiced, and taught techniques for letting go of the negative situations that may come up in life. Today, however, I am inspired to write about letting go of
Today’s post was inspired by a brief, fun, exchange with my Cowboy over a peach in our fridge. I love peaches, but often I have purchased them when they looked, smelled, and felt just right only to discover they were not juicy and were tasteless. Last week, I took the
Are you someone who enjoys serving or nurturing others? If so, then that is something we have in common. In years past, I have been known to stay up until the wee hours of the morning preparing a variety of tasty dishes and desserts and setting festive tables for fifteen
Reality as we have known it has changed in many ways for each of us. Some aspects of this new reality are merely uncomfortable, unpleasant, or inconvenient. Some households are experiencing uncertainty, due to loss of income. Still others are lonely, because they are isolated from the company of family
Perhaps you, like I, have been told by others that you are a survivor. And, maybe you, like I, have even said to yourself, “I’m a survivor.” We pull through a difficult situation and soldier on saying, “there, I managed to survive that!” Surviving implies we are still managing to
I love the word ‘vitality’. When I hear, say, or write it, I get a very clear mental image of a life lived with positive energy and to the fullest! As a matter of fact, two of Webster’s definitions of vitality are; “capacity to live and develop”, and “physical or
As a Baby Boomer on the tail end of my sixties, I chose this title for my blog because I have had the time and experience to accumulate a bit of each of these—wisdom, style, and grace. I know there are many of my Boomer sisters who feel the same.