Monthly Archives: December 2010

Let Your Kids Be free

An older and much wiser friend of mine said to me recently something I found very interesting. She commented on how those of us in the baby boomer generation have a hard time letting our children separate from us and live their own lives. She said she noticed how many adults were depending on their […]

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Rain

Listen to the rain and forget about the tinsel.

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Richard Holbrooke

Please say a prayer for Richard Holbrooke who had a heart attack today. He is simply an amazing man who has brokered peace for years.

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This Year

The year my heroes died This year quite a few of my heroes and friends died: Howard Lester, Walter Shorenstein, Dodie Rosecrans, Dick Goldman, and on and on. Yes, it is true that for the most part their lives were long and fulfilled but I still miss them and always will.  I wonder if we […]

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Holiday Thoughts

This time of year is always interesting as on occasion, despite attempts at maturity and evolvement, one may revert to a child’s perspective and remember all of the excitement and expectation surrounding Christmas. In our house acquiring the tree was always an interesting adventure. Our mother would ask who wanted to go on this adventure […]

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Tomorrow Will Be A Day of Change!

December 5th: Today is Sunday, the day ruled by the Sun. The Sun is in Sagittarius, and it is time to be open and optimistic. There is a New Moon at 13 degrees Sagittarius 28 minutes at 12:36 pm EST today. This is quite a turning point day. Uranus goes direct today at 26 degrees […]

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Ode To A Stone

                                                      Ode to a Stone I was thinking about the loyalty of the round gray stone outside my front door this morning. Preparing patiently to be washed by the rain. Not objecting to an occasional kick and the resulting change of side to the light. The stone sits outside my front door for as long as […]

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Why Do I Love Manka’s?

Why do I love Manka’s? I love Manka’s because they have magic! If you have never been to Manka’s you have no idea what I am talking about so I encourage you to go. It is an inn in Inverness where one registers at a Gulf Stream trailer and someone interesting will take you to […]

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