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Hello, Friends and welcome to the last 52 Mondays post of 2013. As you know, one of the things I like to do for the year-end post is take a look at which of the year’s posts were most read … Continue reading
As much as I talk about being present and finding ways to relax, I’ve found meditation a challenge. Over the course of my life, I’ve tried a variety of yoga classes and have always had considerable trouble quieting the … Continue reading
I met a sweet, funny and interesting woman over the weekend. We were both authors at a regional book festival and became new friends throughout the day while we sat next to each other. We talked about many things–parenthood and … Continue reading
When the 52 Mondays blog began, almost three years ago now, it was a photo project that I came up with along one of my many runs down a particular road. You might say that this blog was partially borne … Continue reading
You see them on beaches and at swimming pools, at vacation landmarks and tourist streets, in front of beautiful gardens and gorgeous vistas… they are the happy Long-armers, struggling to capture a memory of place and time. Carefully edited, the … Continue reading
Imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. That’s wabi-sabi in a nutshell. What began as a Japanese notion that was a more austere and melancholy view of the flawed natural and inanimate world, evolved over thousands of years and, under the influence of … Continue reading