It’s Monday morning, 6:00am. I wake up and instantly feel a sense of doom…the Monday morning blues…a slight feeling of despair washes over me. But it’s not quite the same feeling I used to get when facing a new work week, it’s almost like the opposite side of the same coin. It doesn’t escapes me… Continue reading Transformation
My mom was born in Ireland, and I spent most of my childhood summers there. It was like a second home. I loved being surrounded by my family and the culture. And perhaps it’s the influence of the Irish folklore I grew up with, but there’s a special place in my heart for four-leaf clovers.… Continue reading Feeling Lucky?
In a previous blog, Got Change?, my break in consistent blogging was blamed on writer’s block and rebellion; I just needed a change. Now I have a new reason! Well, in all honesty, it’s not really new…it’s almost 21 years old. Writing these blogs has inspired me to work on a book that I started… Continue reading The Finish Line
In my last blog, April Fools, I made a vow to let go of my baggage and to move on. While it felt like a great proclamation, the next day I thought, now what? It’s one thing to write about it, it’s another thing to actually break free. I generally think in metaphors, so when… Continue reading Breaking Free
Last week was April Fool’s Day, and I was in sunny San Diego, visiting friends. The picture for this blog was taken at Sunset Cliffs in Ocean Beach on April 1st. I’ve been having trouble writing this blog because I’m not totally sure what I want to say. It’s not about April Fool’s per se,… Continue reading April Fools