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Month: December 2012

New blog euphoria

Are you doing what you love? I’ve heard that when you do what you love it won’t feel like work. Everyone around me is appearing to live his or her best life. While I trudge with a 45-minute commute, going to my mediocre job, those around me are waking up to their exciting careers. While… Read More ›

Jazzy Girl

I am a jazzy girl who feels like a speedy turtle I wonder what it would feel like to be a speedy turtle I hear a turtle flying around my bed at night I see myself playing in the Jazz Jubilee I want to be a speedy turtle with my friend, Taylor James I am… Read More ›

Coming Soon: Happy Camper Project

In 1993 my friend Kim (mom to two-year old James) and I (mom to two-year old Haily and one on the way – to be named Hannah) decided to set up a tradition with our kids. The idea was to take a week every summer to go camping at the Sugarpine State Park in Lake… Read More ›

I’m not a muffin top exactly…more like a busted can of biscuits.

Phenomenal Woman by Maya Angelou

Pretty women wonder where my secret lies. I’m not cute or built to suit a fashion model’s size But when I start to tell them, They think I’m telling lies. I say, It’s in the reach of my arms The span of my hips, The stride of my step, The curl of my lips. I’m… Read More ›


I have come here on my own Without a map Without directions. I wandered in the wilderness, aimless and alone. I tripped and I stumbled Made many mistakes on this road. This journey has been arduous. Moreover, it is not done! I am still walking and I am doing it on my own. I have… Read More ›

Modern Seinfeld on Twitter

What if Seinfeld was still on the air? What would Kramer, George, Elaine and Jerry be doing these days? At the time of this writing there have been only 46 tweets and over 63k followers.  Take a look at the most creative and hilarious twitter account. https://twitter.com/seinfeldtoday Here’s one I thought of: Jerry complains the… Read More ›

Why husbands should handle (certain) situations

My husband and I live a few houses down from my mom in a small, rural community thirty minutes from town. When we run out of eggs, sugar, milk, wood, detergent, or any other such disposable household item, I can pop in at her house and get what I need. Preparing for a small dinner… Read More ›

Letter writing: not a dying art

I just watched a short Ted Talk from a young college student, Hannah Brencher, “Love Letters to Strangers.” Inspiring story to get us to pick up the pen, create a prose, and enrich the lives around us.  

Five Things

Crisp morning, lazy dogs, cracked walnuts, Kindle, aroma of coffee

You took the time to stop by and cruise around my site and for that I am very grateful. I'm looking forward to letting the creativity run wild.

p.s. I write, not to be read, but for the pleasure of writing.

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