Moving On

Today is my last day of radiation. I thought I would feel so relieved, but in reality I feel a little scared.  Everyone is saying, “yay, now you can put this cancer behind you and move on.”  I am so grateful to be done, of course, but how do you put it behind you? Sure,…

If Not Now, Then When?

Last Thursday, I was teaching yoga at a local retirement community. I have to say I rather love the folks who come to the class. They are an eclectic group of women who are mostly in their late 70s or 80s. As you can imagine even without trying they have wisdom to share. Betty, a…

One Trickle at a Time

Last week, the day after Halloween, my middle daughter posted a cute little video about how much she LOVES Christmas.  One of my dear friends called me out in the comments saying she was just like her mama!  I laughed because while I have never, not once, put my tree up before Thanksgiving I do…

Personal Shopper

  So, it turns out that I have a personal shopper.  It’s kind of like having a Secret Santa except that I actually have to pay for my “gifts.” You see, my personal shopper happens to be my middle daughter who works at Nordstrom.  She prefers the term “stylist” but I prefer personal shopper because…