Month: September 2016

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I Feel Like a Young Girl on the Inside

Last year I attended my 50th High School reunion in Larned, Kansas where I grew up. I was fortunate enough to be able to share that experience with several of my girlfriends who I have known since I was in elementary school. We’ve remained friends over the last 60 plus years and when we’re together, it’s as if we were still young girls. Time seems to stand still. And, the only difference is that our bodies have changed.

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Sacrifice for Peace

On September 21st, we will celebrate the International Day of Peace in San Miguel de Allende from 1PM to 5PM at Parque Juarez. You can find more information about this on Facebook at Camino de la Paz. It is truly a wonderful day of celebration for World Peace and is celebrated around the world. However, I’ve found that it takes sacrifice to make it real in our day to day lives.

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Still Committed To Love

his Friday was my first wedding anniversary to share with Michael! Because of that, I took the opportunity to look back at the newsletter that I wrote a year ago to see what I said. And, I’m happy to say that I still feel the same way about commitment. It’s been a journey of getting to know each other in new ways and learning how to accept each other in a deeper and deeper way and also learning how to be more “transparent” and vulnerable. It hasn’t been easy, after being single for so many years, but it’s certainly been rewarding; in so many ways. And, I know now, more than ever, that commitment has been the “thread” that has helped to deepen this sacred relationship.

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Why Be Emotionally Resilient?

I’ve been thinking a lot about emotional resiliency lately because I’ve had so many things happen in which I’ve had to call upon this skill/ability. Although I think that my innate nature is to be more resilient, (I’ll explain more about this later); I do believe that it still took years to practice and refine.

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I Feel Like a Young Girl on the Inside

Last year I attended my 50th High School reunion in Larned, Kansas where I grew up. I was fortunate enough to be able to share that experience with several of my girlfriends who I have known since I was in elementary school. We’ve remained friends over the last 60 plus years and when we’re together, it’s as if we were still young girls. Time seems to stand still. And, the only difference is that our bodies have changed.

Read More »

Sacrifice for Peace

On September 21st, we will celebrate the International Day of Peace in San Miguel de Allende from 1PM to 5PM at Parque Juarez. You can find more information about this on Facebook at Camino de la Paz. It is truly a wonderful day of celebration for World Peace and is celebrated around the world. However, I’ve found that it takes sacrifice to make it real in our day to day lives.

Read More »

Still Committed To Love

his Friday was my first wedding anniversary to share with Michael! Because of that, I took the opportunity to look back at the newsletter that I wrote a year ago to see what I said. And, I’m happy to say that I still feel the same way about commitment. It’s been a journey of getting to know each other in new ways and learning how to accept each other in a deeper and deeper way and also learning how to be more “transparent” and vulnerable. It hasn’t been easy, after being single for so many years, but it’s certainly been rewarding; in so many ways. And, I know now, more than ever, that commitment has been the “thread” that has helped to deepen this sacred relationship.

Read More »

Why Be Emotionally Resilient?

I’ve been thinking a lot about emotional resiliency lately because I’ve had so many things happen in which I’ve had to call upon this skill/ability. Although I think that my innate nature is to be more resilient, (I’ll explain more about this later); I do believe that it still took years to practice and refine.

Read More »

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