Sick of the Thirsty

Most of the chronic warriors that I know fight day in and day out with their medical setback while tackling life around them. They manage to seamlessly work, parent, and cope without letting the world around them know what is going on for them “behind the scenes.” Then there are the limited few that are …

A Tribute to Dad

Tennis is your game We often think the same If we don’t see eye to eye We talk it out to understand why From time to time we might shout but your heart I don’t doubt You showed me how to drive a stick and mow the lawn and made an omelette sandwich better than …

A Tribute to Mom

Sunday is Mother’s Day so I wrote a few poems.  Here are couple fun haiku and a more heartfelt free form poem to celebrate the day. Hope you enjoy them! Insurance Mother’s Day Haiku This is just for you to have Next time you get mad. Shush  Mom you’re super great Let’s spend the day together Quiet …

Finding Comfort and Leaving It

“Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life.” — Robin Sharma As creatures of habit, there is comfort in routine. There can even be strength in maintaining a regular schedule because it shows discipline and the ability to start a project and see it through completion. If you have an innate …

The Power of Emotion

Emotional characteristics can have a powerful hold on us and they certainly can be used to our advantage. The best part about it is that the more emotionally attractive you become, the better you can be for someone else. Hopefully you’ll connect to the Physical Matters post, To: You From: Me | The Beauty of …