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Gratitude

Published on September 30th, 2015

One of my very best friends got married this weekend. She and her groom exchanged vows during a beautiful ceremony that was enriched by the presence of family and friends, and was full of laughter, smiles, happy tears, clinking glasses, fun music and dancing bodies. But more than that, the unmistakable energy of unconditional love

Seasons Change (and The Law of Diminishing Returns)

Published on August 31st, 2015

Of all four seasons, I enjoy summer most. There’s something about the ability to lounge around in flip flops and a loose cotton dress while slurping down an ice cream cone by a lake or pool that really does it for me. Throw in a cold beer and a good novel and I’m jolly. Early

My First (And Probably Last) Dating Advice Column

Published on July 27th, 2015

A guy friend recently asked me if I’d ever written anything on dating. When I told him that I hadn’t, he suggested that I should. Specifically, he was interested in hearing my opinion on how two people are supposed to go from having a few dates with each other to seeing each other exclusively. My

A Decent Woman

Published on June 30th, 2015

When I learned that a book entitled A Decent Woman was released earlier this year, I couldn’t wait to pick it up. After all, it is the year 2015. To let the streets tell it, decent women have all disappeared like the dinosaurs. Turns out that a few still exist though. In fact, Eleanor Parker

Back in Love

Published on May 23rd, 2015

I have a confession. Sometimes, when I’m alone, I like do things upside down. Literally. As in standing-on-my-head type of upside down. And my activities can include all sorts of things. Like having phone conversations. Thinking about important tasks. Solving problems. Sound crazy? Perhaps it is. But I remember reading somewhere that changing your position

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