Time to act like a cat--and pause. Have you ever noticed it doesn't matter to a cat where it rests or naps? Or when or on what piece of furniture? Or in what position--belly up, draping its legs this way and that? Oh, to be so relaxed that it doesn't matter. We humans live under too … Continue reading Time to Act Like a Cat–and Pause
There are days when I wonder if this world can continue to exist under the current load of hate and misunderstanding and evil, when I wonder if the hearts of all people can somehow find an antidote to racism and virulent nationalism and a concern only for ourselves. We are born to these things as sparks fly upward, I … Continue reading Once We Were Strangers by Shawn Smucker | Review
Don't Know About You, But My Inbox Has Taken Control! It's Sunday night around 10:30 pm. I'm taking one last look at my inbox before the new week starts. "What??" I scream. "159 emails in my inbox? It can't be!" But it was. It often is that and worse. And it's out of control at my … Continue reading Put a Stop to Your Inbox Managing Your Time
Susan Orlean...reopens the unsolved mystery of the most catastrophic library fire in American history, and delivers a dazzling love letter to a beloved institution—our libraries.
Where did I put that? Have you ever misplaced something? And then months later or maybe years have passed by, and guess what? You can't remember where you put that treasured item. Then you panic! On the evening of September 10, 2018, I found myself in a quandary. Husband Bob had left for his weekly … Continue reading When Panic Sets In