After days of the most bizarre of circumstances and events, I felt mentally shot. I was exhausted in every imaginable way and, by the time Friday afternoon rolled around I was done. Done. Of course, I couldn’t go directly home. There are always errands to be run and once I am home, I’m not leaving … Continue reading Just a normal weekend
Miss. Lilly edition.
Things I will miss when the current lock down ends: Long walks with Jeter and the feeling that he finally is getting enough of my attention. Roads with less cars and sidewalks with more people. Eating meals when I’m hungry without regard to time. My comfort with going barefaced. I don’t usually wear very much … Continue reading Miss. Lilly edition.
How can I be late If there’s nowhere I need to be? How can I be lost If I don’t know where I’m going? How can I have an appetite for tomorrow When I’m full from just today? How can I be anything other than delighted To be exactly where I am?
(The) freedom of obligation
Wow, January! You were really something. During your calendar page time, I made my way home from California, spent an evening with friends in New Paltz and had a quick getaway to Miami Beach. There were numerous runs, some yoga, lots of golf course walks with Jeter and the first ski of the season. It … Continue reading (The) freedom of obligation
Rain down on me
Recently I ran in a drenching rain that soaked me. I pushed myself through the downpour knowing that, unlike many other weather-induced, physical circumstances, once I was soaked, I was soaked. Wet is wet. As long as I kept moving, I wouldn’t get cold and it would be fine. It didn’t matter that my clothes, … Continue reading Rain down on me
Wishing you a sunny new year
Take some inspiration from sunflowers… Dig down to find what you need to thrive. Stand tall. Always seek the light. Continue to shine even when you've been cut down. Provide sustenance to those around you. Know that what you leave behind is the promise of something beautiful yet to be.
It’s human nature to become reflective during your birth month, don’t you think? I think I do it every year. It’s kind of when I check in on 1. where I’m at, 2. where I’ve been and 3. where I want to be going. I make an extra effort to try to take a little time … Continue reading Be authentic