My husband and my first golf experience revealed a core issue in our marriage. My husband plays golf. He knows what he’s doing, and he’s good at it. Unlike me, who has been on a golf course twice. And, I spent more time playing in the cart than in the game. However, my dad taught … More Different, Not Wrong
Another tragedy struck Florida this week. I hate to say this is becoming common place – may that not be true! But at the very least when people are senselessly shot down, we are left with questions, anger and sorrow. But a tragedy isn’t the only situation that can set off the 3 “D” words. … More The 3 “D” Words
This past week circumstances dictated I start riding a bike to work. I like riding bikes so I wasn’t opposed to the idea, but let’s just say I’m greatly out of practice and shape due to far too many years of illness and injury that have kept me to minimum physical exertion. This is how … More Where’s Your Focus?
Did you see snow on mountain tops or sand on beach rocks? I took this picture at the beach, and I still think of snowy alps nearly every time I see the photo in my gallery. Interesting, isn’t it? A couple of days ago, I was driving somewhere and pulled up next to a car … More Why Perspective Matters
Last week I slipped out for a morning walk as the sun crept up into the morning sky. Birds called, lizards skittered across the sidewalk and a couple squirrels chased each other up and around a tree. A few blocks into my outing, the bright pink blossoms of an oleander bush brought a smile. I … More What’s Your Perspective?
Change your perspective. Nearly every day I walk at the beach near my house. From the top of the cliff I make my way down a staircase that boasts 151 steps. Naturally, when I finish my walk, I often take the same set of stairs back to the top. Some people, including my husband and … More Getting to the Destination