Walking through the Thicket

February 23, 2022 It’s so good to be back!!!!! Yaaaay!! Yippy do da!!!! It’s been more than three months since I’ve blogged. I played hooky for a while to take care of some urgent business, that will consume the time of even the most efficient. I missed being here…I love this place where I shareContinue reading “Walking through the Thicket”

documentary

October 6, 2021 I am into watching documentaries these days…on important people and events that have occurred both in the distant and recent past. Some recent ones are: Jamal Khashoggi’s death, the American Civil War, the Underground Railroad, Jeff Bezos. Today, while listening and watching some of Bob Marley’s musical videos, in the same veinContinue reading “documentary”

A Whisper

September 8, 2021 Our day begins early every morning when Bustey vocalizes this cute sound informing me that it is time for me to rise and shine because he has potty needs. Upon exiting our front door, we walk into the quiet and peaceful morning throughout our neighborhood. I love to enjoy the brief momentContinue reading “A Whisper”

My 2021 Summer Story

September 5, 2021 On July 10th, the title of my post was Every Summer has a Story. As this Summer draws to an end, I would like to invite you to consider the Summer Story you have lived. A review over chunks of time like Summer helps me to applaud all the amazing things happeningContinue reading “My 2021 Summer Story”

Work Ethics?? Obsolete or not?

8/22/2021 Work what??? ethics, you know, work ethics?!! Work ethic is a belief that work and diligence have a moral benefit and an inherent ability, virtue or value to strengthen character and individual abilities. It is a set of values centered on importance of work and manifested by determination or desire to work hard. WikipediaContinue reading “Work Ethics?? Obsolete or not?”

Character 101

August 18, 2021 I remember walking by the card shop daily after school, and being drawn to the window display of one particular greeting card that was shiny and bright, colorful, large, as it promised to wish a special mom ‘Happy Mothers Day.’ I coveted it but did not have the money to take itContinue reading “Character 101”

Flatbush Ave to B. Altman’s

August 11, 2021 Living in Brooklyn, New York, during my teenage years (1980s), I experienced my share of teenage invincibility. I also felt that anything I aspired for was attainable, probably because of the upbringing of my parents. I was surrounded by endless skyscrapers and crowds of people everywhere I went, who walked fast andContinue reading “Flatbush Ave to B. Altman’s”

GETTING OLD? Here’s advice from someone young, ME!

7/28/2021 When you get old, never teach anyone anything, unless requested, even if you are sure you are right. Do not try to help unless asked for. Just be ready & available for it if possible. Do not give unsolicited opinion all the time. Don’t impose yourself on anyone on any subject. This partial listContinue reading “GETTING OLD? Here’s advice from someone young, ME!”

“sweat America, sweat…”

I sat in my car, eating the 2nd half of my banana, reflecting on my morning’s walk on the boardwalk. For two days in a row, I’ve joined the ‘unofficial’ group that enjoys working out by running, walking, skateboarding, surfing, bike riding, or taking their dogs for an early morning walk, before the throngs ofContinue reading ““sweat America, sweat…””

Comfort Corners not just for Kids

7/11/2021 Ever since I could remember, I have wanted a corner of my own, to sit and meditate on my Creator, and I finally have one! It also doubles as a Comfort Corner for me!! It is situated on my third floor and is between a window and my Mom’s bed just that small littleContinue reading “Comfort Corners not just for Kids”

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