A Generation in Transition

One year and eight months ago, my corporate job as an executive in the insurance industry ended. I found myself with a nice paycheck for a year which meant a sense of freedom that I had never felt since I was a child. I didn’t have to get up to an alarm clock anymore. I… Read More

Living With Hope

This morning’s energy around our home was feeling totally crazy with our little Hope-puppy, who was flying from room to room, grabbing whatever she could with her mouth. She was ready to play hard and fast,  and it was absolute chaos because she was not listening, in total puppy ADHD mode. I have to admit, I lost… Read More

Special Moms of Special Children

Are you a mom of a child with Autism? Do you know anyone who is a mom who cares for a child with Autism? Caring for a child with special needs takes a special type of parenting… the type of parenting that can leave mom exhausted, frustrated, and feeling disconnected from others. Being the advocate… Read More

The Book of Ruth

For Audio Version, click here: http://www.audioacrobat.com/play/WrxdKrys My mom and I have had one of those relationships that flits between being very in tune with each other… the best of friends who understand each others’ thoughts, feeling each others’ pain or distress, and one of being oil and water, never mixing fluidly together. How can two people… Read More

Reacting Reactions…

“Colors, like features, follow the changes of the emotions”  ~ Pablo Picasso I have a new nail polish called Reaction – it changes colors depending on whether my nails are exposed to cold or to heat.  If my hands are cold,  the color goes to a deep purple and when I get my pinkies all warm… Read More