Museum Wisdom

Skeleton

Seemed pretty obvious to his 4-year old mind and pretty obvious to me (my age shall remain with me) which hole the ball would drop into.

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Is it a Turning Point for Men and Women?

  This morning will be an opportunity for generations, both old and new, to see some truth about some men and a courageous woman and the struggle to find ourselves and our “rightful” place in the world in which we all live We’ve been evolving since the dawn of civilization, and today thanks to technology,…

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What’s It REALLY About…Loving After 60?

We phrase it differently because to even think it makes us feel like a heel. Some say, “I don’t want someone I have to push in a wheelchair.” We think someone younger, even by 3-4 years, will mean we can travel together, build that vacation home that is still on our bucket list or just give us more time than someone our own age, or a year older.

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Love is All Around Us

Silly me…I watched “Four Weddings and a Funeral” way too close to Valentine’s Day. By the end of it, I was heavily identified with the feelings at the funeral.

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Help!!!

Have you ever noticed how you struggle to ask for help when the truth is you are so afraid, feel so powerless, sad and feel like a toddler who screams because he hasn’t yet developed words to ask for what he needs? And yet, even when we do have the words, it’s hard for most of us to say, “Please help me. I don’t know what to do.”

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The Gift of Receiving

It was the best Christmas gift ever as I look back through the retrospectroscope. For the first time I could ever remember, I was down for the count, unable to pull off my Martha Stewart Christmas. In fact, I couldn’t even carry my baby upstairs by myself. I had to ask for help.

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