I will stumble with this newly, deliberately placed quality in my fifty-seven year old life. And while nothing makes me tick more than questions, I have found the gift of one answered life question.
Tag Archives: the science of self care
My Return to Food
It felt good to be happy, even as I felt the memories of the last time I had even proposed to formally create it.
Little Things, Spring 2022.
I have learned of little things and of stopping. I am finite…
“Soon..soon brown stalks awaken with green which turn to leaves.”
“Easy girl. Easy.”
March 16, 2022 The news reporting and the replies from Ukrainians have caused me to marvel at the field of linguistics. I’m sure there is some selection to find English-speaking individuals. Their abilities re-ignite my vow to learn another language and to actually try out those abilities with travel! From last time, I wrote aboutContinue reading ““Easy girl. Easy.””
Two Days Ahead
March 9, 2022 As a mother and as a citizen I wonder at my expectations. I expect the world of my generation to be wiser. I did not expect that my life be influenced by an ex-KGB agent. Once again, one of my minds focus is upon politicos. As war – war! – or invasionContinue reading “Two Days Ahead”
Cardiology and concrete.
Beyond the curtain glass wall, footsteps and conversations criss cross continuously. It is pleasantly busy, not unlike a neighborhood corner cafe..
Women’s Health: February is Mammogram Time
February 3, 2022. 7:07 the oven clock shown in the go color of digital green. My appointment was scheduled for 7:30. “ I could be five minutes late,” I reasoned with the half-wit awareness of one’s sleepy brain. “It’s been a long, long time,” I thought to myself. “I haven’t been late in a foreverContinue reading “Women’s Health: February is Mammogram Time”
My soul had felt it for weeks. “Don’t wait,” from weeks ago ripened into the phrase ‘It’s time”…
January 4, 2022 I watched a favorite movie as the clock struck midnight. I had been reminded of the movie by what seemed to me to be the signature music of the movie. Beethoven’s Seventh played in the movie’s poignant moment when King George gave his World War II speech to the people of GreatContinue reading “New Gray.”