Don’t Forget To Stretch

We all have heard the experts tell us the importance of stretching prior to and after our exercise routine.  Stretching before we exercise allows our muscles to loosen up and become resistant to the strain they are about to endure, thereby reducing the chance of injury.  When you stretch your muscles after a workout, you’reContinue reading “Don’t Forget To Stretch”

Thank You RBG

Ruth Bader Ginsburg died yesterday and left us with a gaping hole in our hearts and in the United States Supreme Court.  Why is our country reeling from the death of such a woman? The answer is that even though she was small in stature and very soft-spoken, she was a giant voice for genderContinue reading “Thank You RBG”

Grit – I Don’t Mean Sand in Your Bathing Suit

The word grit has a few definitions, one being small particles of sand.  Another version is the item for breakfast that I learned about when visiting the south.  I wasn’t a fan at first until I had homemade grits – they were delicious! The grit I am thinking about today is the courage and resolveContinue reading “Grit – I Don’t Mean Sand in Your Bathing Suit”

The Power of Lists

I am a self-proclaimed obsessive list-maker.  I love making lists of just about anything I need to accomplish.  I have made lists for: Grocery shopping To-do’s for work Things to do on my days off Stores to hit on trips to the mall Things to remember to do for myself Things to bring on vacationContinue reading “The Power of Lists”

Nuggets of Happiness and Love

I am a dreamer!  Even though I like to dream of the possibilities in my life, I am talking about waking up every morning remembering and being affected by my dreams. My husband says he often doesn’t dream, but I think the reality is that he doesn’t remember what he dreamed about.  The beautiful thingContinue reading “Nuggets of Happiness and Love”

Baby Steps

March 11, 2020:  I will never forget the day that this Covid 19 pandemic became real to me.  Not only because this unprecedented event caused life to turn upside down, but also because it was my son Steven’s 32nd birthday.  My husband and I were driving to Jacksonville for The Player’s Golf Tournament, an eventContinue reading “Baby Steps”

When Life Gives You Lemons

Each of us knows that life is a series of ups and downs.  The only thing that we can always count on is change.  Just when things are smoothly moving along, usually something will happen to shake us up a little (or a lot). My father was a man of incredible integrity, dedication, and love. Continue reading “When Life Gives You Lemons”

The Days Are Long And The Weeks Are Short

As I begin this journey I am struck by how fast time seems to slip by.  Labor Day, when I lived in NY was the culmination of summer and the beginning of the new school year. Here in Florida, it doesn’t have the same significance since my summer ends and I go back to workContinue reading “The Days Are Long And The Weeks Are Short”