Archive for December 2011

So Long, 2011-- You Were A Good Year

When I close my eyes and think back to the beginning of 2011, it seems so long ago. Yet, the whole year whipped by in a flash.  My mother-in-law is always fond of reminding me that life spins faster and faster as the number of birthday candles pile up on the cake. I’m only in... Read more »

Social Media and Medical Decisions: The Aftermath

I’m sitting here on the couch with my leg hooked up to an ice machine that is running cold water through an ice pack wrapped around my knee.  The ice pack is tucked under a brace that runs from mid-thigh down to the ankle.  On Monday, I opted for surgery on my torn ACL, the... Read more »

Playing with Puppets

Brett DeBruyn received a puppet for his tenth birthday.  It was a marionette puppet– a farmer, made by Pelham, a company that’s no longer in business.  Brett fell in love with the simple puppet and he began to put together impromptu shows to entertain his family and friends.  Soon he had a collection of puppets... Read more »

The Passion Test, Featured in O Magazine

It was no surprise to see The Passion Test featured in the November issue of O Magazine.   For the last year, I have been recommending this book, (along with Aspire by Kevin Hall), to those who are seeking change in their lives.  The Passion Test, by Janet and Chris Attwood, is the “effortless path to... Read more »