Live. Love. Laugh.

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Good morning!
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Lost and found
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An upside to saying goodbye?
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It’s time
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Time to get your groove back
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Yes-today
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The dance
1
Good morning!
2
Lost and found
3
An upside to saying goodbye?
4
It’s time
5
Time to get your groove back
6
Yes-today
7
The dance

Good morning!

It happens every day. Every, single day we get up in the morning. And usually it looks something like this: alarm-hit snooze-shower-blow dry-coffee-let dog out-choose outfit-make up-let dog in-feed dog-find clothes-dress-make lunch-coffee-make toast-eat toast-pat hubby-kiss dog-commute-buy coffee-work. Right? Until Read More

Lost and found

This Is Us Season 2 starts next week. Yay! But do you remember in the Season 1 finale?  There was a moment when Rebecca screamed at Jack, “I am forty years old and I have no life!”

Wow.

Have you ever had one of those moments? I’m guessing probably yes.  I think we all have. You know the one. The moment when you wake up one morning and realize that you can’t Read More

An upside to saying goodbye?

What’s the hardest stage of parenting? Ask any mom of a new born, toddler or teen and they’ll likely say, respectively – new born, toddler and teen. In my mind, it’s the letting go.

Letting go at any stage. You have to do it so Read More

It’s time

My son is a young adult. A while back, we had a casual pizza dinner party at the cottage one night. The next morning the leftovers were brought out for pre-brunch snacking.  Spying the pizza, he reached for a slice as he said that something in the pizza last night gave him heartburn. Lifting the slice   Read More

Yes-today

There’s lots of stuff out there that deserves to be said “No” to – for example, almost anything that does not make you happy on some level or stresses you out is a definite no.  But if you think about it, do you sometimes say no when you don’t really have a good reason? Do make excuses because you’re feeling comfortable Read More

The dance

Alittle respite from these sultry summer nights…

She stepped off the bus, partially consumed by the exhaust dense in the frigid night air.  She was stocky and squat, almost square, her actual shape concealed under a heavy coat.   A thick wool scarf knotted at her neck.  A hat pulled low, fur ear flaps resting on her Read More

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