Showing posts from January 28, 2007


It is Groundhog's Day and Phil says Spring is coming early. How nice.
It is Groundhog's Day and Phil says Spring is coming early. How nice.

(tee hee---my personal mini-homage to the movie, "Groundhog's Day.")

It is also WEAR RED DAY! Wearing red today as a reminder of Heart Health awareness. I had forgotten and then went into change before I go out today. So, male or female, if you have any red you can wear on your person today, please, have a heart, and do so. Let's bring awareness to heart health.

And you can give your own heart a whole lotta healing by loving it today. Take some extra deep breaths and surround your own heart with love and wholeness; and gratitude for the amazing work it does for you everyday.

(Stay tuned for upcoming details about The HeartSpace Center for Well-Being which is looking to open in March. This is also where the Open At The Top Study Group will convene).

And mark your calendars for Feb. 8th as that is finally the day that Oprah air…

What's It All About . . . (Alfie)?

"Every man is his own ancestor, and every man is his own heir. He devises his own future, and he inherits his own past."

-- Frederick Henry Hedge

Having just returned from another jaunt up to Los Angeles to care for my hospitalized Mother, I have found myself often in deep contemplation of Life.

Being an only child and my mother being single, I am the one who is in charge of her care. Never an easy thing for a child to become the adult to the parent. And to do it single-handed and from a different city--can make things more ... interesting, shall we say.

Mom is stable now but it will be awhile before she will return to her home. The interim step will be a nursing home of some kind. Or is it a convalescent home? I am not up on the PC of the jargon. Either way, that means someone has to take care of her apartment and her livelihood. My mother is an apartment manager for 32 units. The owner is being very understanding that Mom is not able to be there; and I will be the one wh…