Stress Relief

Most of us face stressful situations on a daily basis.  The intensity of the stress varies depending on our personal situations, but especially during this pandemic/quarantine, we all have to deal with stress. We may not realize it while we are in the midst of it, but these situations are teaching us a valuable lessonContinue reading “Stress Relief”


Today is the day after Election Day in a very contentious time in our country and we are left dealing with uncertainty.  Having the patience to allow our democracy to work is demanding. It would be so much easier on all of us if the answers were quick.  We would not feel so out ofContinue reading “Uncertainty”


Every day we are faced with choices, some small, some large.  We need to decide on clothes to wear and food to eat. These are small choices.  Then there are the days we have to make the big decisions, the ones that take more effort because they may change our lives forever.   “It doesn’tContinue reading “Choices”


When I was a science teacher in NY, one of the subjects in the curriculum was Newton’s Laws of Motion. The first law states that an object in motion will remain in motion, an object at rest will remain at rest, until acted upon by an external force. This is known as inertia. In otherContinue reading “Inertia”

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”