I read this quote years ago and it has always stuck with me because we’ve all been there… “One of the most sublime experiences we can ever have is to wake up feeling healthy after we have been sick.”-Rabbi Harold Kushner The light came into my bedroom yesterday morning and I opened my eyes. I… Continue reading To Breathe…Again!
I feel like such a bad blogger this week. The coughing continues. Yesterday I ventured out to Barnes and Noble for one Christmas gift and by the time I was headed home, I felt as though I couldn’t get back on my couch fast enough for a nap. I have some good ideas, too, about… Continue reading Cough Trumps Blog
Sniffle, cough, hack, cough, hack. Sleep, nap, shower (try to rally), nap, bored, ordered holiday gifts from a few catalogues. Hack, cough, hack, hack. There was no room for writing. Be back soon. Promise.
I’ve got the sniffles. Or more pointedly, some chest-cold thing that has me feeling like I have a smallish elephant sitting upon it. Blech. Forced myself to go to yoga yesterday morning and weirdly enough, the downward dogs and inversion positions seems to have helped a bit. Guess it’s getting things moving, not to be… Continue reading Sniffle sniffle
There is a fine line between tradition and monotony. There certainly are holiday traditions in our home. We read the edition of “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” that I received when I was a wee tyke (I think about 5 or 6) every Christmas Eve. We go shopping for new ornaments-one per child-each Thanksgiving weekend… Continue reading Spice It Up
As the holiday season begins to go full-throttle, here a few observances from the first weekend… -Twinkly lights make everything 100x nicer than it is. Case in point: my family and I went by the home of our “neighborhood light show” this past weekend. This is a family whose property is literally dripping in lights.… Continue reading Just Add Lights