Bullies Getting Free Rent

I’ve been giving away free rent. Seriously. While it’s metaphorical rent, it’s still space at no charge – space in my head. I’m referring to a couple of bullies. One I won’t talk about because I just want to continue the progress I’ve made – My Dad. The other? Another family member that has been […]

An Open Letter to Classroom Teachers

Dear Teachers, Congrats on choosing the most important job in the world – the shaping of young minds. One such young mind, myself, is pictured here in my first selfie in 1984. It was totally accidental on one of those old 35mm cartridge cameras. I love the red tongue from the sugar-free popsicle I was […]

In Fertility or Infertility?

On this little piece of the internet that I call mine, I talk about some pretty heavy, personal stuff. This post is no different. So, here it goes… I like to blame myself for things that I have no control over. Considering that control over anything past one’s actions and words is illusory, a colossal […]

How Meditation Found Me

Recently, I saw a post on facebook in a music fan-group for TOOL. Someone reached out… Someone whose story sounded like something from my own past… Someone I related to and wanted to help knowing I just might be able to help along their path… Anxiety and I know each other very, very well. In fact, […]

The Unfairness of Whatif

“Who says life is fair? Where is that written?” – The Princess Bride – That’s been my mantra for years. I remember Mema taking me to the movies to see The Princess Bride. I loved it! And, I just dated myself. Ah, well. So, when Grandpa (played by Peter Falk) said that quote about fairness to the […]