Monthly Archives: December 2010

#Reverb10: My Core Story


When all the mumbling and grumbling is over, the reality–my core story–  is that I’m very blessed. With a loving husband, two amazing sons finding their way in the world, deep family connections, work that’s challenging (and that’s steady!), a … Continue reading

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#reverb10: The “Gift” of Paris


Am participating in the #reverb10 writing prompts for end of year. Today’s prompt is “Gift.”  The best gift I had this year was the one I gave myself for my birthday. What I wanted most in the world was to … Continue reading

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There is no try


I’ve got a new grown up crush. Patti Digh. She’s an author, blogger, speaker, creative person and proud whitehair.  I’ll blog more about her soon but I wanted to share her latest project because it’s so inspiring as we approach … Continue reading

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Feeling bad about your neck?


I thought I was done with writing about face lift issues this week…but the New York Times has generously decided I have another saggy body part to obsess about: Less-Invasive Options to Tackle Sagging Necks – http://nyti.ms/egS92F.  Do you feel bad … Continue reading

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Have you had work done?


This is the acid test of our age. Do we or don’t we? After mentioning that I just had IPL(intense pulsed laser) to blast sun damage off my face, a friend asked if I had other “work done.”  Nope. I don’t have … Continue reading

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Poetry inspiration in three words


In Leaner Times (Three Wd. Weds.). We could all use a little more poetry in our lives. This lovely blog post suggests each of us can write a poem inspired by three words. Try it!

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Is it just me? A winter whimper


I hate winter in the Bay Area. It’s dreary, wet and cold. It’s not the exhilarating cold of the East Coast wrapped  up in a furry coat of snow or the sparkling dry cold of a Tahoe  or Aspen ski run. … Continue reading

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