Old Dog, New Tricks

One of the things I love about my sons as adults is that they are now the teachers, and I truly enjoy learning from them. Currently my younger son is teaching me about alternative rock, and I’m loving it. Context: I’m working on a new book with a working title of “Maisie’s List.” The protagonist is…

Shall We Dance?

Atlanta is known for its horrific traffic. Wherever you need to go that should take 30 minutes, plan on an hour to an hour and a half if you are traveling at 7-10 am or 3-7 pm. Yes indeed, our rush “hours” can be 3-4 hours long, and if you are trying to get through town on…

Thunder Storm

Last night I fell asleep on the sofa (surprise, surprise) and awoke to a clap of thunder and flash of lightning. Yea! I love a good thunder storm, and they have been few and far between of late. As I made my way up to bed, I checked my phone, and–sure enough–there was the weather…

Meditation

A friend has recently begun blogging, and I have read her words with joy and amazement. She has revealed aspects of herself that I never suspected because she is so quiet and reserved in person. She has inspired me to share some things that I have hesitated to share before. First and foremost, I must say…

Organization

Organization is a skill I possess in spades. It is actually my gift. I do it over and over and over again, and it lasts about a day and I have to do it again. Then I give up for a while until my life is totally out of control, and I do it again. Are…

Great Wall

I have changed my page design again because here in Atlanta winter is over and has been for some time. While I love the snow and I am always dreaming of a white Christmas, it is now March and so it is time to move on. What, you may well ask, is my connection with…