I have been terribly lax about posting lately. I don't know if it is because of sheer laziness, I'm too busy enjoying the sunshine and heat of the short summer in New England, or if it is just that I truly have nothing left to say. I am hoping that it is not the latter of the three because then I am really in a sad state of affairs. I just ask that you all bear with me and my lack of enthusiasm for posting for awhile and keep checking back because who knows, there could be one day that I muse about something amazingly profound and wouldn't you be so upset if you missed it. :)
Thursday, July 24, 2008
Monday, July 21, 2008
I tried something new. I recently met Lillian, a woman who practices what is a very strange but incredible kind of healing. It is done through what she calls your own "body intelligence". Although you can verbally answer her questions, all her true answers come from her reading your body through touch. As bizarre as this sounds, when you speak to her and listen to what and how she works, it makes an amazing amount of sense. And the greatest part about it is that you are in control of your own healing process, regardless of what it is.
Monday, July 14, 2008
As much as I love the wonderful Mr. P and my beautiful, if sometimes mischievous cherubs, I have fallen in love all over again with someone truly amazing. We met the other day and it was absolute love at first sight. I actually felt that "flutter" that people describe when they are in a new and exciting relationship. I couldn't get enough of her and she seemed to feel the same about me and it has been pure and utter bliss since. So with no further ado, I would like to introduce our new love. Her name is Beatrice, she is 2 months old and I can't wait to hit the sights I know about with great shopping for her. Say Hello to our new addition.
Thursday, July 10, 2008
It always amazes me how the simplest things like little actions and words can make such a profound impact on or even change your life and view of things. This year, I have found that I have become a little more aware of all those little things in my life. A certain look from someone, a brief sentiment or statement, words read in a book or a kind act from a stranger.
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
Just wanted to let all 4 readers (yes, I graduated from 2 to 4) know that I am off to the Rock tomorrow for Christmas. The Rock is Prudence Island and yes, my dear hubby's family celebrates Christmas every Fourth of July. I am sure I will have some wonderful anecdotes, musings and random thoughts to share when we get back.
Who knew that my psychological problems and sleep issues would actually come in handy someday? Certainly not me!