I heard this song for the first time on the way to work about a week or so ago…I Shazam’d it – and it hasn’t left me since. The artist is Hozier – a 24-year old Irishman who has a boatload of talent. His voice has a certain honesty to it, and at times he sounds like a “Goodbye, Yellow… Read More
Archives for September 2014
Is it apple or clove climbing out of unfurled creamy pink petals?
The grip tells me all I need to know about self assurance and grit.
Today is September 11 – a day that used to be like most other days, but is now the anniversary of a game-changing dark day. It’s been 13 years, and while I remember it like it was yesterday, I don’t feel the need to write about it this year. I’ve done it before – and I’m sure I’ll do it… Read More
On the evenings the little monkey is with her Dad, and I don’t have to work late, the Man and I usually take a nice walk around the neighborhood. Well, that is after the wretched heat subsides – if it’s still well above 80°F, we’ll wait until it cools some more. I really enjoy these walks for several reasons —… Read More
Peaceful Sunday mornings remind me that one of the things I most like to hear is…absolutely nothing at all. The quiet is incredibly restorative, especially when I hear nothing but chatter all day long during the week. If all you hear is noise during the week (and even if that’s what you prefer), try to work in some quiet weekly,… Read More