Would Have, Could Have, Should Have- Tuesday’s Thoughts

Yesterday, I started the conversation about getting to the end of our lives with no regrets. How are we experiencing the time we do have? Many of us run through life. We don’t use our time to do what, at the end of our lives, we’ll probably consider “important”—to make the things that truly matter the priority. We can’t turn back […]

Amazing Grace

You might remember the “Joy & Grace” rock. It was a gift from my husband, Larry. He gave it to me because I’ve often said that my goal is to “walk through life with joy and grace”.  Joy seems pretty easy to understand, but what is grace? I’m sure that, depending on who you ask, you’d […]

New Glasses and a Kinder, Gentler World

For those of us who wear glasses, a new pair helps us “see” better. The murkiness is cleared up; we view what’s in front of us in a different way. Just as our vision is sometimes less than perfect, we often have a myopic view of the world, which limits us from “seeing” outside our […]