SPRING IS HERE!!!! So….Let’s have some fun! Occasionally, I have written messages on my friend’s driveways using street chalk. Happy Anniversary! Congratulations on your half-marathon! Happy Birthday to you! I suppose no one can escape my childish escapades. Sometimes I wonder if I am simply immature for my age? I hope I am.
I ask myself this question, how does this person finish our…sandwiches?
It’s nothing you can try to understand; it just is. Where did we meet? How did I know this person before? How does s/he understand what I’m about to say? Why is there so much connection without any connectivity? Is this a soul I’ve known before? It’s got to be more than what it is. But….there’s no known history.
Each year in April, I send out a letter to my very dedicated Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation sponsors in a theme. This year I represented myself as Atlas, as I carry the weight of diabetes on my back. I want to change the world and find a cure! The gift of giving, gives more than you might know.
Cheers was an amazing American sitcom that was on television from 1982 to 1993. The show was about a bar, called Cheers, where a group of locals met to drink and hang out. It was the kind of bar where, “everybody knows your name.” Do you have a spiritual oasis in your life? A place where everyone knows your name?
Hairdressing is in my blood. My maternal great-grandmother and great-aunts were all hairdressers. For some strange reason I love to cut hair, plants, almost anything. Are we born to be who we are and what we do or is the path altered along the way?
Once a party of two takes place in my home, a super duper clean-up is required. This is when I usually find what I call, cups in the corner. Those are the random items left over in the strangest of places in or around your home – like a foreign object in your space.
I ask myself this question all the time – Is old faithful more dependable and reliable than the new and improved? Here are a couple of examples where I feel old faithful items are much more dependable than the new and improved ones.
Are you a “Done” or an “Undone” person? Do you leave things for other people to do, or do you get it done? Try to identify which type of person you are.
Curling! I went curling for the first time in my life. Whether I enjoyed it or not didn’t matter. It was a chance to try something new. In the end, I was pleasantly surprised! Curling is a lot of fun and extremely technical.
The other day I was in a clothing store, loving all the new fall fashions. Totally my season! I noticed an adorable shirt on a mannequin. I wanted to try it on. I checked the stack of shirts to find my size. None to be found.
As individuals we can’t change the whole world, but as a collective group we can make some positive changes. When someone asks you for money or food chose to give them something that is useful. Can a chewy bar save the world?