Conclusion: Can a 51-Yr-Old Dance Again?

July 13, 2012

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Read Part 1 here

See You When I’m 51!

June 28, 2012

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I’m switching to a mini journal format and will post it on or around the 13th of July, my 51st birthday. Maybe I’ll even take a picture!! Everything is going well. Today I started jumping (not rope!). I’ve got a good routine going. Life is busy and beautiful. I just don’t like posting every day… […]

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I Found the Time

June 27, 2012

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Thoughts are like beacons of light to me. I’ve come to rely on inspiration, in the form of thoughts, to guide me to my best self. Early every morning I sit and wait for that ONE that stands out from the rest. The one that has to be paid attention to so that at the […]

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Day 1…Rhinos and Friends

June 26, 2012

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Day one was interesting. It was a “James in the Giant Peach” sort of day. Rhinos in thunderclouds threatening to destroy my resolve came in the form of  doubts and fears about having made this semi-public and feeling a bit exposed. A few times last night I woke up and berated myself at the same […]

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Can an Almost 51-Yr-Old Dance Again?

June 25, 2012

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On Saturday afternoon, Kenny, James and I picked up my husband, Frank, from his last dialysis appointment of the week, stopped at home for a minute so that he could get a bite to eat, and headed for a walk through the woods to the Knob. We came out of the thick vegetation and I remembered […]

He’s Not Heavy, He’s My Brother

May 10, 2012

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I hear  a lot of talk about the purpose of life, and what it means to people from different cultural, familial, and religious or non religious backgrounds. I listen to the questions “What do you hope to accomplish in your lifetime? What matters to you?” and wait to hear the answers, hoping to see patterns […]

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Social Media is NOT a Game of Pick-Up Sticks!

May 2, 2012

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Pick-up sticks (or pick-a-stick) is a game of physical and mental skill. A bundle of  sticks, between 3 and 8 inches long, are held in a loose bunch (see the picture) and released on a table top, falling in random disarray. Each player, in turn, must remove a stick from the pile without disturbing the remaining ones.  (Wikipedia) […]

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