Eternity? Who me?

I'll just come right out and say it: I don't like the idea of spending "eternity" playing a harp. I wouldn't even want to spend eternity playing a French horn, which happens to be the musical instrument I played from 5th grade through high school and love. I love to hear it starting at minute 1:05 … Continue reading Eternity? Who me?

Hit it and quit it? Nah

Juicy J is not alone- there are times when we all would like to hit it and quit it. Obviously, who wouldn't? Life has shown me that I'm not the only one who would like to do what I want to do when I want to do it, get the results I desire with whatever … Continue reading Hit it and quit it? Nah

To be a simple man

 Lynyrd Skynyrd  understood what it was to be a simple man: Mama told me when I was young "Come sit beside me, my only son And listen closely to what I say And if you do this it'll help you some sunny day" "Oh, take your time, don't live too fast Troubles will come and … Continue reading To be a simple man

Behind my 6 word mantra

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kez1t4cnAhU&t=9s Early morning is my favorite time of the day. I've always been an earlier riser, but that said, I've always found 4-6 am to be an especially sensitive time of day. Combine this  with my heightened sense of smell and empathic abilities and you have a recipe for a potential early morning emo breakdown, … Continue reading Behind my 6 word mantra

Got barriers?

"One must put up barriers to keep oneself intact." (Neil Peart, Geddy Lee & Alex Lifeson) I couldn't tell you how many times in 1981 you would have found my buddies and I belting out these familiar words from my favorite Rush song; 'Limelight'. Neil Peart told stories with his songs, the messages of which still ring … Continue reading Got barriers?

Stick together and we can do this

9 years ago when my youngest graduated from kindergarten (and no, I can't believe it was that long ago, and yes, with my 2 eldest children graduating from college this week, I am suddenly feeling extremely verklempt, but that's a post of its own...) the theme of the program was the Robert Fulghum book All I … Continue reading Stick together and we can do this