The other day I had a conversation with a couple of ski team parents. The mom was relaying a funny conversation she’d had with their 11-year-old son. He was urging her to dress more like a “ski mom.” “He wants me to dress from head to toe all in black,” she said waving her hands […]
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Every year I take the kids down to Florida to visit my Mom and Dad. In anticipation of our visit, Mom always goes shopping and has gifts waiting for us. A few years back she was extra excited about the gift she’d bought me. “Wait ‘til you see,” she said, her gold bangles jangling. “You’ll love them.” […]
The other day in yoga class, my teacher posed the question, “What is yoga to you?” She wasn’t looking for any raised hands. The question was more of an offering, something to meditate upon throughout our practice. As I began bending and twisting, I thought that yoga, to me, was simply moving my body. Keeping […]
Earlier this year, my sister and I went for a weekend of retreat and renewal at Kripalu, a yoga center in the Berkshires. I’d been to Kripalu several times, but it was Libbie’s first, and I couldn’t wait to experience the newness of my favorite place through her eyes. We arrived on Friday afternoon, just […]
Today I folded laundry… with mindfulness. I didn’t rush. I didn’t complain. I didn’t have a phone balanced between my ear and my shoulder. I just folded laundry. And I noticed. I became aware. As I folded my husband’s white work t-shirts, I pictured his broad chest beneath the smooth, cotton fabric. I could smell […]
I have a secret. Well, not exactly a secret, more of a secret talent. I don’t tell many people about it, until today, that is, when I decided to write about it in my blog. Yet, I’ve just launched my website, and very few people know about it, so I guess it’s kind of a […]
I must admit… I was soooo anxious about starting a blog. I mean anxious enough, that it lingered in the back of my mind for many months as my website developed, stopped developing and started again. I wondered…what would I write about and why would anyone want to read it? For months, I created lists […]
As I took the first ornament off the tree, I felt a wave of sadness come over me. I didn’t expect to feel sad. Just yesterday I said how relieved I was that the holidays were over. Life could return to “normal.” As I tucked a white porcelain teddy bear ornament in the cardboard box, I […]
When your daughter begins life at a mere 1 pound 11 ounces, the age of ten is just something you just dream about. And then, there you are. Glow bowling.