For Your Amusement

I’m having one of those crappy, head-achey, lay low, sort of days. Here are a few things that will hopefully humor you until I’m back in form.      


Millie has written a beautiful post, per usual, and it really speaks to the conflict inside of me, maybe inside of you, too? I think we are all spiritual activists and want to… Continue reading

My Inner Child

This started out as a humorous post. I was going to make fun of my school pictures, which isn’t hard to do, but then I had a change of heart. You’ll notice that… Continue reading

Gripping Art

Looking around my house I started to contemplate the art I have hanging on my walls. Would someone know something more about me, something hidden, based on the artists, styles, colors and stories… Continue reading

Music Monday

I’m very happy that my 200th post has fallen on Music Monday! For me, music is like oxygen – I need it to survive. It transports me and has the power to turn… Continue reading


I’m not sure who came up with this list, but I’ve used it time and again to help clients/patients stand on firmer emotional ground. It’s a good reminder, especially for those of us… Continue reading


Do you ever stop to marvel at the inventions of the last 100 years. I do, almost daily. Now, I’m sure most of you are thinking about automobiles, medical advancements, the internet and… Continue reading

A letter to Cat Stevens…

Dear Cat, I “Can’t Keep It In.” I must confess, that after all these years I’m still in love with you. “How can I tell you that I love you?” I guess I’ll… Continue reading

A random post on cheaters…

Cheaters Never Win – More Importantly, They’re Never Happy I was thinking about all the beautiful women, inside and out, who’ve been cheated on by their husbands and boyfriends, and a pattern started… Continue reading

The Importance of Healthy Self-Esteem

“There is no agony like bearing an untold story inside you.” – Zora Neale Hurston WHAT IS SELF-ESTEEM? 1. The reputation we give ourselves 2. The disposition to experience oneself as competent to… Continue reading