In cottony folds Buried under lavender Hints of warm sunshine
American psychologist Virginia Satir was quoted as saying, “We need 4 hugs a day for survival. We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance. We need 12 hugs a day for growth.” I completely agree. So much so that I felt like writing this little ditty: Space between vanished After many days apart Limbs deliver love
To me there is nothing better than discovering a new restaurant, especially those hole-in-the-wall surprises that you would never think were good (or maybe you would think the opposite, that only holes-in-walls were good…I digress.) Last week, I discovered such a gem just a 3-minute walk from my school site. It’s a Middle Eastern/Mediterranean joint (leaning towards the Armenian/Syrian side… Read More
Every night before Maya goes to bed, she brushes her teeth, runs outside to her bookshelves and picks a story to read. I’m beyond grateful she still enjoys this ritual, and as far as I’m concerned, it will continue for as long as she is willing. Last night, she bounded out of the bathroom with clean baby teeth, as she… Read More
Some songs haunt me…and it’s a good thing. The songs in the videos below are a few of them – from the movie (and now Broadway musical) Once. I saw the movie a few years ago and fell slowly. We saw the musical yesterday, and I fell again. Enjoy.
Eyelids slowly lift Coaxed by wafting java trails Time to start the day