Morning Symphony

This morning, I awoke early to a spectacular, if delicate, art show outside my bedroom window. It only happens in the very early hours when the sun is low enough in the sky to be temporarily “caught” in the ethereal glisten of the spider webs hanging there. (We have an agreement, the spiders and I, […]

Taking Stock

The Vespers by Sergei Rachmaninoff – written in 1915 – was first performed in Russia in 1915 to commemorate the soldiers who died in the first World War. Then communism came into power which banned sacred music and it was not again performed for 50 years. It is considered one of the world’s masterpieces. What […]

On Taking Care of Oneself

I just had a wonderful voicemail from one of my friends after my first eye surgery. In it, she talked about her needing to room alone when traveling and needing time to be alone. She put it in terms of introvert/extrovert. I was reminded of the time I took the psychological test for introversion-extroversion. It […]


Memories One of the beauties of growing older is that there is such a full cauldron of memories inside me that can float up to the surface upon my awakening in the morning. This morning, I woke up with a poignant, sweet memory of my second visit to Australia. I had been invited to give […]

Words of Wisdom for Women Who Do Too Much…

Hi There, I just wanted to let you know that the Words of Wisdom for Women Who Do Too Much Cards app is one of the featured apps we will be discounting this month through the major app outlets, including iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, and Nook. The app is now discounted 67% to $2.99 from December 26th to […]