I am currently reading "The Book of Awakening" by Mark Nepo, and these were his words for me this morning (I like to think the author is talking to me): From the agonies of kindergarten, when we first were teased or made fun of in the midst of all our innocence, we all have struggled… Continue reading Podcast #7- Invisibility and Rarely Discussed Menopause Symptoms
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That’s the understatement of the century. Normally, bloggers like to make an end of the year wrap-up to review what took place over the previous 12 months. Do YOU want to discuss it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9bxHt7yDMo Even though it was a tough year, there were some milestones reached in my world. I turned 50 in… Continue reading What a Year
My whole life I have been known to have what is called, “a way with words”.
That is a nice way of saying “I have no tact at times when tact is very much needed”.
I would never have done well in olden times.
You know, when women were required to be quiet and discreet.
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