Surviving Parenthood

I have come to the conclusion that parenthood comes with a lot of guilt. Especially mine. I’ve been a parent now for over 30 years. I have two amazing sons who I am very proud of. They love their Mom and I love them more than anything in the world. How we got to thisContinue reading “Surviving Parenthood”

Channel Your Inner Mary Poppins

There is just something special about good ole Mary Poppins. Besides her talking umbrella, beautiful smile and that amazing carpet bag that carries every thing, she has just the right amount of magic. Just like Mary Poppins, we too have the right amount of magic in us. I’m not talking about casting spells or turningContinue reading “Channel Your Inner Mary Poppins”

Kindness Does Not Equal Weakness

This took me a long time to learn. I grew up in a very hard family. My Dad was raised in an orphanage and he learned at a young age what it took to survive. With the best of intentions, he did a very good job passing that wisdom along to his daughters. I inContinue reading “Kindness Does Not Equal Weakness”

Ego vs Confidence

This is a fine line between love and hate. So many of us confuse these two. You look at that person who’s head is held high and think to yourself “That person has a healthy ego”. Well, I hate to tell you this but the ego is never healthy. The ego is like the evilContinue reading “Ego vs Confidence”

Middle Aged and Tattooed – Oh The Things People Say

Tattoos are very popular these days and are generally accepted in society. They are most popular/accepted in the younger age group. They have no real boundaries on the amount of tattoos or the placement of them. Tattoos on someone in the over 50 group is looked at differently. While still somewhat popular, they seem toContinue reading “Middle Aged and Tattooed – Oh The Things People Say”

We are all addicts.

I’m very fond of saying this because I 100% believe it is true. We are all addicted to something. You can be addicted to drugs, alcohol, shopping, sex, good grades, attention, tanning, smoking, food and just about everything that makes you feel good for the moment. But at the end of the day we areContinue reading “We are all addicts.”

The Art of Growing Old

I have come to conclusion that there is no blue print to growing old. What I thought is totally different then what it is. But in this case different doesn’t necessarily mean bad. It is just different. I never thought in a million years that I would find the confidence that I have today. IContinue reading “The Art of Growing Old”

What is a typical family?

What makes a family typical? Is it a Mom and a Dad living under the same roof raising 2 perfect children? I don’t think so. The only thing about that sentence that is true is the fact that there is a Mom and there is a Dad. There is a Mom and a Dad inContinue reading “What is a typical family?”

I will always miss you…..

My Mom was there for my first breath and I was there for her last. Four years ago today I had to say goodbye to my Mom, my best friend and my partner in crime. I dedicate today’s Blog to her. The strongest woman I know and it might surprise you why I say that.Continue reading “I will always miss you…..”

I am perfectly imperfect….

Simply put – my imperfections make me perfect. Why oh why do we strive for perfection? What is it in our DNA that tells us that we have to be perfect? The answer to that question is nothing. There is nothing telling us that we have to be perfect but us. So then the nextContinue reading “I am perfectly imperfect….”

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