I love spending the holidays with my family of 5. It's important to me for many reasons. So I know it took some courage for my son to tell me that he would be missing the holidays at home during his Senior Year of college. (He was a sophomore at the time.) He said he… Continue reading Anxiety didn’t win this week
My 19 year old son said something to me last night that when I try to tell someone about it, it brings me to tears. Let me take you back to last night. A friend of mine has a daughter in middle school and on day one of school, this girl is already being bullied.… Continue reading YOU MATTER
My right hand has been a source of concern for a couple of years actually. And with my new Rheumatologist in the picture I am starting to make some headway. To recap: about a year ago this time, I was waiting for my first appointment with the new Rheumatologist and I was screaming in pain… Continue reading Hand Update
Where do I start? I LOVE the Olympics. I have since I was a little girl. I watched Mark Spitz win 7 Gold Medals in 1972 at the Olympics and set 7 World Records in the process. Friends and family used to ask me if my goal in swimming was the Olympics. It never was.… Continue reading Prioritizing Our Mental Health Is an Act of Courage!
This morning I woke up at 4:30 a.m. on my own. The last few days I've been feeling really well. Super rested, energized - but still have a bum hand. BUT I can hike this trail without the use of my hand AND sunrise was 6:09 a.m. Wouldn't that be awesome to see the sunrise?… Continue reading Choose Thankfulness