Wish he could’ve shared (this memory) with me…

My Nana. My great grandmother was amazing. She was strong and independent, leaving school to work in a mitten factory and known for her love of softball. Her eyes were always lit up in a smile and while everyone else was running around trying to get me to sit down nicely in a chair, she…… Continue reading Wish he could’ve shared (this memory) with me…

Forks in the Road Don't Have to Have a Right and Wrong

I’m not entirely sure the purpose of nostalgia. Is it a longing for something we no longer have? A happy remembrance of what brought us to where we are today? An opportunity to laugh about your mistakes or relish in the distant praise of your few successes? I’ve been caught up in sweet dreams of…… Continue reading Forks in the Road Don't Have to Have a Right and Wrong

Ugro – “Don’t Procrastinate. Percolate!”

Alright, it’s already 1:30pm and I’m just getting around to “writing” this 25 page paper that I needed to have done last week in order to graduate. It’s the last thing I want to do. I took the hard steps in convincing myself that I was making the right decision by turning down a potential…… Continue reading Ugro – “Don’t Procrastinate. Percolate!”

Make New Friends But Keep the Old – One is Silver and the Other Gold

The title of today’s blog is from a song we used to sing when I was in Girl Scouts. I had a short career with it (I was a Daisy and a Brownie – that’s it), but that song I carry with me always. I made friends with Willy yesterday. He’s a musician. Going to…… Continue reading Make New Friends But Keep the Old – One is Silver and the Other Gold