Monthly Archives: March 2009

Heart > Head

As a perfectionist, I do a lot with my head rather than my heart.  I want to know that it will work, whatever “it” may be based on the catalog of data entry in my brain.  On the Myers-Briggs I am a “T”hinker, not a “F”eeler and not that every perfectionist is like that at all, but for me that’s just the way it is.   During this past month,

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food for thought

As I look back on the past couple weeks and ahead to April, I’m booked solid through the retreat mid-April.  Speaking of, if you haven’t reserved your spot, there is still room (click here and scroll down to the bottom of the page to download the brochure).  We would love to have you join us.  So that explains the once-a-week blog entry rather than a couple.   Today I wanted

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FiNaL FrOnTiEr

Airplanes were the final frontier. They were the one place where you HAD to “turn off your cell phones and electronic devices.” It was the one point in time where you could say to people, “Well, I’m getting on a plane right now, so I’ll talk to you when I land or when I get back.” As I write this I am sitting on the only Alaska Airlines plane that

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new camera!!

Our new camera finally arrived!  I initiated it today by taking it with me on my “day away” to the Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens.  This time was a much needed escape away from phones ringing and emails coming in; it was a chance to breathe and reconnect.  I wanted to share some of the beauty with you.   P.S. I’ve been out of town at a conference, but now

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l-l-l- Fences Come Down -l-l-l

Until February 14th, we had a gorgeous chain link fence in our front yard.  I’m being ironic of course. With its steel poles and cage-like appearance it silently screamed “STAY OUT!” at us when we drove home.  How inviting… When we moved in we promised ourselves we would quickly remove the gray eye sore.  As life does occasionally, other issues presented themselves and the fence stayed up.  Over the course

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