Greatness is in the beholder’s eye. Deep dives always reveals flaws. No hero is unscathed. The challenge is to learn to love imperfection.
An encounter at the park with my granddaughter becomes a teachable moment. Always be your best self. You never know who may be watching.
Kurt Vonnegut recounts a life changing incident that taught him that chasing excellence isn’t always the goal. Experience is what truly enriches us.
The last year has taught us many lessons. Perhaps the greatest for me is acceptance. We can’t control what happens to us. But we can control how we respond.
This Memorial Day, may we never forget the sacrifices others have made for the freedoms we too often take for granted… and model their behavior.
If you see people who continue to mask as masking requirements are lifted, here are some thoughts that may be helpful to remember.
When I was a senior in high school, we had a teacher who gave us a lesson in finding happiness that still resonates today.
“Motherhood is.. the one job where, the better you are, the more surely you won’t be needed in the long run.” ~ Barbara Kingsolver, Pigs In Heaven
The last year has taught us to treasure every single hug, to make a memory of every smile and to place experience ahead of possessions.
Sustaining any relationship over the long haul requires work.The secret to 44 years together: “Never stop doing what you did to win her in the first place.”