Category: On The Learning Curve
Nov 16, 2019
Ask For What You Need
I received a great lesson the other day. I was heading into Whole Foods and a woman broke a jar of something on the sidewalk. It hit with...
Nov 14, 2019
Be Still and Know
That is such a curious statement. Be Still and Know. It comes from the bible. I used to think it was a command. Now it seems more like a ...
Oct 2, 2019
As Grandma I Know Some Stuff
Although I never thought I would have children, once I did, I was all in. Full time mom. Into all things family. I was also into grandchi...
Oct 1, 2019
As I get older and the world gets more chaotic, the present moment has become my refuge. My mind can be so ridiculously busy—shooting tho...
Sep 22, 2019
Love Over Fear
Remember Aesop’s fable of the sun and the wind? They made a deal to see who would be first to get the man walking on the road below to ta...
Sep 20, 2019
Life has changed so utterly and drastically that I barely recognize it. For a while I thought my tears were just about getting older. Wh...
Sep 18, 2019
Throw Me A Rope
The world is in turmoil and...we're blaming each other. Republicans and Democrats blame each other. Parents and children blame each other...
Sep 17, 2019
The Gracious Act of Listening
We're in a damn Sci Fi movie! Maybe we're facing something like "The Blob" in that old Steve McQueen movie. We're IN it. The more it con...
Jun 5, 2019
On The Learning Curve
I named my blog On The Learning Curve. I picture myself skidding around a gravely corner on a bike. The Learning Curve. I've often sai...
Jun 4, 2019
The Garden of The Mind
Dirt. Earth. Ground. We step on it, feel its coolness on our feet, feel the softness between our toes. Run our fingers through it, smell ...