Someone once told me I don’t have the power to change a person’s circumstances. Maybe not, but if I can spread some joy and happiness, isn’t it worth the attempt?
Preparing for the uncertain future or enjoying the sunshine today? My intention is to try to be the person who can do both.
Ellen DeGeneres, the Cowardly Lion and a Quiet Roar. Observations of a Fifty Something Housewife.
Superstitions. Of course the rational side of me knows they’re ludicrous, but I continue to adhere to these capricious whims. Who am I to tempt the Fates?
According to Emily Post, “Manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others.” A little yoga would help.
Summer, food and family: as daylight lingers into night, filled with fireflies and the smell of barbecues, memories of this season tug at my heartstrings.
The Psychology of Style: I have enough insecurities – I don’t need any trouble from my clothes.
My mother, carefully bringing our Rambler station wagon to a stop, announced, “Girls, Mrs. Karo is out front, hold those Lord & Taylor bags high.”
I’m a fainter from way back. I have a life full of great joys, with the caveat at any given moment the other shoe might drop or I might, for that matter.
Seasonal nest fluffing: Victoria Hagen, Houdini and no plastic hangers. Thank you very much.
I just completed the three stages of colonoscopy screening: panic, fear, panic, acceptance…and more panic.