6 years ago
Here’s the Choice: Do Your Best!

Last Monday, Alberto Zamora arrived home later than usual. He opened his garage door and drove in. He was eager to see his wife and new baby daughter after a stressful day at work. He knew they were waiting for him upstairs in the condo they had just bought. As he opened the car door, […]

6 years ago
Remember the Clue!

It’s the lightening round at the end of the game. You still have one chance to pull out the win. The words fly onto your screen from right and left: banana,    go-cart,    rose. How do you decide which word to choose? How do you know when to push your button and win the game? It’s simple–you remember […]

6 years ago
Dark Matters: What’s the Phunque?

Ok! So, I haven’t blogged in a few weeks. I don’t feel full of joy and love right now. I mean, I’m not sick or anything, but I just don’t feel over-brimming with life’s precious energy. I’ve been doing my practices–I guess. I’ve been getting enough sleep, eating right, exercising, loving my husband, even meditating, […]

6 years ago
It’s the Lights

  One of my favorite things about the holidays is all the lights in the neighbor. As December 25th approaches, more and more lights appear: icicles, strings, lighted deer scattered on front yards. Lights seem to be an important thing for almost everyone–some neighborhoods compete with each other; some TV shows give prizes; they even […]

7 years ago
In the Waiting Room

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Pink ribbons adorn the stores, posters remind us to take care of ourselves. But I don’t need October to remind me of my ongoing relationship with the Big C. I am the last woman standing in my family. I am the youngest of two sisters, a mother and a […]