Truth in the Mirror: Going Gray
Acceptance / Adaptability / Attachment / Authenticity / Challenge / Denial / Emotional Evolution & Spiritual Growth / Facing Reality / Fear / Positive Self-Image

Truth in the Mirror: Going Gray

I’m going gray. Actually, I’ve been going gray for almost 10 years now. I’m only recently ready to come to grips with that fact enough to truly accept it, to accept that this is who I am. What’s been keeping me from the truth? Vanity? Yes. But what’s underneath that vanity? A need to be … Continue reading

Saint Patrick and the Serendipitous Serpentine Writing Desk
Attachment / Challenge / Emotional Evolution & Spiritual Growth / Gratitude / Relationships / Serendipity

Saint Patrick and the Serendipitous Serpentine Writing Desk

“My tings . . . my TINGS!” an overly emotional Maureen O’Hara exclaimed to a frustrated John Wayne in the classic movie The Quiet Man. Filmed in breathtakingly beautiful Ireland, it is by far my favorite movie to watch not only around Saint Patrick’s Day but anytime of year. In the movie, the characters names … Continue reading

Itchin’ for a Boffice and a Litchen – Apartment Hunting During the Holidays
Acceptance / Adaptability / Attachment / Challenge / Emotional Evolution & Spiritual Growth / Gratitude / Relationships / Staying Positive

Itchin’ for a Boffice and a Litchen – Apartment Hunting During the Holidays

It’s 2013 and I know what I am grateful for: a boffice and a litchen. I’ve been off the blogging radar for the better part of the last month for good reason. Through a slight miscalculation, the move out date my partner and I had planned on from our residence was changed from January 30, … Continue reading

The Postman Cometh — But Not for Me
Acceptance / Adaptability / Attachment / Challenge / Change / Sorting it Out / Transition

The Postman Cometh — But Not for Me

I recommend changing your residence frequently if for one reason only… to interrupt the influx of junk mail that like a pack of wild hounds follows you wherever you go. I’ve been in California almost a full year and so far I’ve shaken them. I guess New York to California was a big enough jump … Continue reading