My Husband, The Bee Whisperer
Fear seems to attract that which is feared. Did you ever know a person who was allergic to cat hair who wasn’t almost irresistible to cats? The cats seem to … Continue reading
Ego as Monster or Wayne Dyer is onto Something
Last weekend, my husband and I made an unexpected trip to Santa Fe. I love Santa Fe—especially the old town–because it feels like spending time in a fantasy. Everything is … Continue reading
Someone you trust completely seems to turn on you. You survive, but your trust doesn’t. Suddenly, everyone looks self-serving and unreliable. You imagine enemies waiting to ambush you. I don’t … Continue reading
Getting Free Help with Aging!
Have you noticed all the articles, TV commercials, and Facebook posts that offer to help people age? Who needs help aging? I can tell you for a fact that I … Continue reading
What Do I See Clearly After Reading the Book?
I used to hold an impression of Dr. Wayne Dyer as a hopeless egomaniac who was tireless in his self-promotion. As I finished reading I Can See Clearly Now, his … Continue reading
Dignity in Disease
We all know what it’s like to be ugly, stupid sick. Your eyes and nose turn red and swell. No matter what you do to your hair, it seems to … Continue reading