Everyone who knows or has ever met me, knows that being wordless is not one of my many problems. I always have a lot to say. The less I know on a subject, the more I'm apt to opine on it because I tend to think as a I live - out loud. Oftentimes I … Continue reading Rendered Wordless
Throughout my marriage, two of my husband's most-used phrases have driven me crazy. The first (as in the one which appeared earliest and has been used most often) is "It is what it is." The second, which appeared only a few years ago, is "You don't know what you don't know" and, oddly enough, this … Continue reading Annoyingly Profound, Part 2: “You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know”
In my work, I teach and drive teach and drive teach and drive all week long. Because of this, gas is a major weekly or twice-weekly purchase for me, a pretty decent chunk of my budget. To help me out with this, my husband (who always does the grocery shopping), shops at a store that … Continue reading Cruel Irony
Putting my earrings on everyday. This one simple action may just save my life.
I had already been on a course of self-discovery with the purpose of figuring out what I'm going to do now. Recently I turned 60 and since the mid-70s - yes, almost 50 years! - I have been doing virtually the same thing: performing. Although it might have looked like I was doing a ton … Continue reading Coronavirus Meets Reinvention