Every birthday, the inevitable judgment shadows my quiet morning routine, usually spent drinking coffee on the couch with my dog snuggled at my feet. Why do my thighs now display a depressing topography that could never belong to the land of Laura? From where did those rifts and drifts develop? Is that fatty phenomenon related […]Read more "Personal New Year"
Tonight, the night after a long successful month, I find myself restless again. A few weeks ago I asked some friends on Facebook what topic I should blog about next and the response voting for “Goals – When to fight and when to let go?” surprised me. Before I go on reflecting on my recent goal-setting […]Read more "Goals- When to fight and when to let go?"
Sleep fails me this evening. My eyes and thoughts wander around and up and down like I’ve trapped myself into a virtual amusement ride. All of my senses stray from rest. My nose smells skunk, my ears hear street lights, my fingers feel the itchy air prick at what should be smooth slumbering heaven, and […]Read more "Sheep, Steep, and Sleep"
Simply stated, men and women find females in the the fly-fishing world fascinating. Even though I showed up a half hour into the Happy Hour for women interested in fly-fishing last night, the place was packed with co-ed members of the Southern Wisconsin Trout Unlimited chapter. The energy in the room zapped my skin and […]Read more "Fly Fishing Females Unite!"
Last night I wrote briefly about avoiding the mirror for any unhealthy judgmental reasons. Tonight I invite you to help me discover (and live out) wonderful excuses for needing the mirror check. I share my Top Ten Delicious Reasons To Check The Mirror 1) Love your spouse so much in the morning you have to […]Read more "Delicious Life Reasons To Look In The Mirror"
Last night we watched Nick Offerman’s stand up titled, “10 Tips To A Delicious Life.” Tonight I’d like to talk about his Tip #6 – Avoid the mirror. He explains that the mirror should be used as a maintenance tool only, as in reserved purely for utilitarian purposes. Staring at the mirror, instead of seeing […]Read more "To look or not to look? Mirrors"
I heard an unusual dose of bad news last week. You’ve seen some of it too, from Facebook friends upset about the election results to more sensational news stories that only reflect the personal disasters coming to a head at work or home. The real gut ache for me is when I feel actions are […]Read more "How do you react to bad news?"