Monthly Archives: January 2016

150 Posts

Throughout our lives we change and redefine ourselves, finding a path that is comfortable and meets our needs. And as those needs change, so do we. Like a river that meanders in and out of mountains, forests and flat lands, … Continue reading

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Taking The Bull By Its Horns

I think it’s time to take the “bull by its horns!” My retirement hasn’t quite worked out the way I planned and I’ve been sitting and waiting for a dream, as I realize that I need to be more in … Continue reading

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Lunch With A Friend: It’s Not About Fixing

It’s not about fixing something that’s broken, it’s about helping something that’s not working.  As many of you might know, I am no longer in the classroom; as of June 2015, I have retired. My life has taken an unusual turn, one quite unexpected … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead

Wherever here is for you, it probably has not been easy to get there. But if it’s where you are happy and where it is you want to be, then it’s all been worthwhile; and if not, maybe it’s a respite … Continue reading

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No Regrets

A quick post before the New Year  rolls in. I thought about a post @pernilleripp wrote  Do  Something and as I read it what came to mind is not living a life of regrets. When one gets mired in regrets moving on and … Continue reading

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