I've been working through some heavy feelings lately. I have been struggling to write a proper post. I found this quote in my soul homework the other day and I liked it. "It takes courage to tell the truth about how we feel, especially since we don't ever really know how it will be received...but… Continue reading What I Kept- May 2022
With the help of my phone, I've begun maintaining a running list of the memories that come to mind when specific songs are played. Music has always been a love of mine. I can't recall a certain point in time when that love began. I just know that music has always been a part of… Continue reading Song = Experience
https://anchor.fm/kari-wagner-hoban/episodes/Not-My-Mothers-Menopause--Chapter-Seven-e1i467u I meant to publish this last week, but time got away from me. When I say "this week's chapter," I really mean "last week's chapter." And when I talk about three things I'm looking forward to in the podcast, know that I recorded it last week. I know this doesn't mean anything to you,… Continue reading Podcast #46- Chapter Eight- Not My Mother’s Menopause
I had planned to keep this for a tater tot post, but I couldn't wait any longer. In the last tater tot post, I had mentioned that our old patio furniture had collapsed practically on top of me. Then, in the rant section of that tater tot post, I talked about how expensive patio furniture… Continue reading Get Your Own Version of a Daybed
If you met you at a party, would you find yourself interesting? Would you sit next to yourself if you met yourself on the first day of school? Would you pick yourself out of a crowd in a room full of people? I'm not sure I would. Prior to soul homework, I couldn't figure out… Continue reading Would You Be Friends With You?
A few days ago, I had to ask Mike what phrase we used to describe staying in our houses during the epidemic. The word I was looking for? QUARANTINE. Mike was planning his business travel last week when he planned a trip on a date that sounded familiar to me. He booked it through the… Continue reading Things I Want to Remember