What I Meant to Do – Cell Phones

  If you were to ask anyone who knows me what my super power is, they would all say the same thing:  Losing My Cellphone.  If this was a sport I'd be captain, and handily lead my team to victory.  I lose my phone at least once a day.  When people ask me what I … Continue reading What I Meant to Do – Cell Phones

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What I Meant to Do – January 1

I've begun this year obsessed with clearing out the clutter in my home.  I have a 4 story townhouse which I purchased thinking I would rent out the loft - a large bedroom with it's own bathroom, spectacular light and a pretty view.  When I first moved in I let my 16 year old move … Continue reading What I Meant to Do – January 1

Capitalism, Cancer and Outrage

This morning my FaceBook feed alerted me to Sephora's new program, designed to benefit cancer patients.  During a 6 minute video they show bald, scared, suffering women, getting makeup and skin care tips, then walking through the store being shown products by a Sephora employee.  Credits roll.   Women rejoice. Wait....... Right after my 1st round … Continue reading Capitalism, Cancer and Outrage

What I Meant to Do…..

  In the weeks leading up to Christmas I told my children I was making cheese steak egg rolls & other picky foods for Christmas dinner.  They loved the idea.  They were especially excited for the cheese steak egg rolls, and they talked about it every time we saw each other in the weeks leading … Continue reading What I Meant to Do…..

Tips & Tricks-Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse

Those taking on the challenge of climbing Mt. Everest arrive at base camp between March & April. They spend a few weeks at base camp, acclimatizing to the altitude, taking short day trips, getting to know their companions and, I assume, learning tips and tricks for the dangerous climb ahead.  I can't imagine traversing the … Continue reading Tips & Tricks-Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse

Moving on After Narcissistic Abuse

Often the most dangerous part of climbing Mt Everest is the descent. By the time the climber begins her descent she is exhausted yet exhilarated. This is a dangerous combination. On the one hand the climber feels invincible. On the other hand, she is really too tired and overwhelmed with emotion to make rational choices. … Continue reading Moving on After Narcissistic Abuse