I am sure everyone has played with sand at a beach at some point in their life. My favorite activity as a child was to take a shovel and dig away until the spot became a deep pit. Our mind/brain works the same way. If we take a thought (shovel) and keep replaying it over … Continue reading A day at the beach
Now I can say that I have seen it all. I have never ever seen a flower on a cactus. Got this plant on a whim and watered it every day and protected it from those $%^& ground squirrels. Today, I went to water it again, and saw these gorgeous beauties!! I was left speechless. … Continue reading My blooming cactus
A lotus grows out of mud Wisdom grows out of grief Knowledge grows out of ignorance Abundance grows out of lack
My Cherry is not a walker. She is a sniffer, a roller, a charmer but no sir, no madam - she is not a walker. I have been wanting to taker her everywhere I go, but she will not walk, and so I decided to look into a bike basket first. Well, I do not … Continue reading Do what works for you
Aloha, Namaste, How are ya'll today? I had a very interesting afternoon today and wanted to share my process of coping. So here goes. I am a person who likes to keep everything prim and proper and in its place. Kiddo is the exact opposite. She leaves things around even after repeated reminders. She washed … Continue reading I am an alchemist
When kiddo was little, very little, I used to do something that I am not proud of. I used to squeeze her hand to let her know that what she was doing or saying was not right. Example - if we were at a party and I was chatting with someone (a grown up) and … Continue reading A primer on making photocopies
How about some Monday fun with the title - got your attention, yes? Seriously though, my neighbors love me so much that whenever they have excess lemons, they just leave a sack at my doorstep. I have to look at the bag to know who might have left it. Back to my story , so … Continue reading My neighbors gave me lemons, I made lemonade
Same product photographed from different angles provides different perspectives of the product. As an extension, if we look at the same problem/situation from different angles, might it provide more options for us to consider?