Tag Archives: perspective


Shifting Perspective

A bit of inspiration on a Friday morning. “It’s just up to how you see things.” 100% true. About practically everything. This isn’t some trite platitude about the glass being half empty or half full. This is about perspective, and…


Happy Accidents

Accidents happen, and rarely do we call them “happy.” Then something comes along to change that and suddenly they become ‘Happy Accidents.’ But we never know they’re actually “happy” until after the fact.  This is a simple truth about a…


Christmas Cards in October?

Christmas Cards in October? Yes, I’m one of those people. I start working on Christmas cards in October. Typically, I’m ordering something around now, though there have been times in the past when I would have already received my order…


The Slippery Slope of Mockery

This week, I’m dipping my toe in politics (Gasp! I know, right?) based on a FB post I wrote last week in response to the Donald Trump statues. It’s actually not really a political post though, as I identify as…


Perspective, Fat-Shaming, and Truth

Well, this week I’m getting more personal. It’s a blog, though, isn’t it – so, in many ways it’s about being personal. For over seven years I have shared my thoughts and perspective on myriad things, usually from a place…


Something Old – Something New

June is wedding season, so I thought I’d borrow an old adage in keeping with the times: Something Old – Something New. “Something OLD” refers to a theme or message that I have shared for many years with my readers and…