Life is Good

I woke up at 5:00 am. The house is really dark that time of morning. I reached over to turn on the lamp beside my bed and with one click the room was illumined. Glancing at the floor to my surprise there is a puppo curled up sound asleep. The click of the switch caused… Continue reading Life is Good

New Favorite Things

I’m accumulating quite a few ‘new favorite things.’ One was discovered a few weeks ago by making ghee to cook with. Just like many things in life, it helps to have the right tools and then start. We were long overdue for a new pan. My daughter and I went to H Mart because we… Continue reading New Favorite Things

Everyday is Orchestrated

‘Take what you have and use it’. That was my first thing in the morning thought. My daughter went to college via Zoom, I went for my walk and that’s where I saw it. I wasn’t using my meditation app as intended. It’s easy to envision mediation as the photo above. It can be that… Continue reading Everyday is Orchestrated

Living With Intention

I’m sitting at the kitchen table writing morning pages. Oh, it was so tempting to sleep just one more minute, but I sat up and listened to a mediation instead. He was talking about living enthusiastically. I’m not sure I can be called enthusiastic, but I do live with intention and maybe that’s a form… Continue reading Living With Intention

One More Minute

I’m tired today, but I also know why. To know is revolutionary. Knowing where I messed up allows room for improvement in that area, and there’s always room for improvement. The simple fact is…I overslept. I know how much sleep my body needs. It runs with optimum capacity of 7 hours sleep. Looking back on… Continue reading One More Minute

The Screen Door

There’s something about a screen door. The hinges always squeak when you pull it open, and I have no fancy to oil them. It’s part of it’s charm. Then, that slam once released. It’s like announcing, “I’m home!” This house didn’t have one when we moved in. Our previous houses did, and it was my… Continue reading The Screen Door