Bette, The Beautiful Bright Red Car

Yesterday was one of those days. You know the kind where you are shaving armpits over the sink, after you are dressed, because you catch a glimpse of your five o’clock shadow you got going on after you are already dressed in something sleeveless and ready to run out the door. Just keepin’ it classy.Continue reading “Bette, The Beautiful Bright Red Car”

When New Year’s Resolutions Intersect With A Mid-Life Crisis

Read on to find out what a wonky wheel on a grocery cart and a puppy dog have in common!

Running Away From Social Saturation

I think in a past life I was a turtle. I don’t like too move to fast, and I love the idea of going inside my shell to take a nap, shut out danger, or just because I’ve had enough. When asked what kind of animal they’d like to be most people usually reply withContinue reading “Running Away From Social Saturation”

Maddi’s Bag – Year 3

  Imagine for just one minute that you have a child who has a traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress disorder. Imagine you have two other young children who need your time and attention. Imagine you are a wife, a sister, a daughter, an aunt and a friend to many people who you loveContinue reading “Maddi’s Bag – Year 3”

Where’s Your Unicorn??

A long, long time ago, in a land that’s about 40 miles away, a young girl, (I’ll call her Suzie), was called into an emergency meeting at her mutual fund services job. It was right before Christmas , shortly after the tragedy of September 11th. At that meeting, Suzie, along with about 6 or 7 otherContinue reading “Where’s Your Unicorn??”

A Midsummer Night’s Bad Dream

Have you ever made a decision you were 100% positive about? One that you knew without hesitation was the correct choice? I’m not talking about choosing not to rob a bank over robbing a bank, or choosing the fastest checkout lane at the grocery store. I’m talking about something that was hard, something that wasContinue reading “A Midsummer Night’s Bad Dream”

A Different Type of Client

Michelle is lovely, funny and complex. She has a lovely voice that sounds like a delicate whisper. She worries about the size of her arms in a sleeveless top and the size number on the tag of her clothes. She frets over finding the right makeup and how long it can take to grow outContinue reading “A Different Type of Client”

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