Accepting Mediocrity

As the quarantine continues, what are you doing with yourself? Have you put any thought into what things will be like when the shackles of confinement are released by the sounding of: “ALL CLEAR” (or “clear enough”)? Will the world as you have known it for all these years be changed? Have you considered the […]

No need for more

“Less is more” is so Cliche’! As I become more aware of my inevitable potential for mortality, the less I care about having more STUFF. I have recently (this week) returned to a long-time habit of mine which “fizzled” some years ago. This habit is one that served me well for SO many years because […]

Why Honoring Dr Martin Luther King is suddenly important to me

I woke up inspired today and thought I would share this with you and the world. For most of my life, the observance of Dr. Martin Luther King day was “just another day I didn’t have to go to school or work”. It just wasn’t important to me . . . because I was ignorant of the […]

The Power of Invitation – Monday Morning Coffee

My great uncle Boyd was a Dentist. I was an invincible and VERY rough and tumble youth. My Grand Parents and Great Uncle lived in 2 side-by-side houses on a beautiful 4 acre property on one of Nashville’s premier streets. The family had owned those properties “forever”, and my Great Aunt and Grand Mother were […]