I Believe … VI

Sometimes, it’s an uphill battle. Isn’t it? But not always. And momentum shifts. A friend implored me a while back, over alcoholic ice cream, to “cheer up!” I explained it like this: Mood can be represented by pebbles. Pebbles are easy to move and shift on the fly. State isn’t so mobile. Boulders represent your state. … Continue reading I Believe … VI

Sunday Reads V: Authentic Living, Savvy Writing and Cookies You Won’t Believe Actually Exist

Never raise a hand to a child, I read once – it leaves your midsection unprotected. Comedy writer Robert Orben said that. I’ve never raised a hand to any of my children. I have, however, left my midsection – from the bottom of my rib cage to my upper thigh – vulnerable. I’ve been kicked … Continue reading Sunday Reads V: Authentic Living, Savvy Writing and Cookies You Won’t Believe Actually Exist