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Viv

You guys remember my post about Viv? If not refer to my post “A Lesson From Plants”. In it I introduce you to my mass cane Viv. She stopped growing for awhile and so suddenly it seemed. I wasn’t sure what had actually happened to her at first. Upon closer examination I realized her rootsContinue reading “Viv”

Dear Eli,

Today you would have been 30 weeks. And while I am forever grateful for the gift and love you left me, I also spend a lot of it floored with sadness some days. Although outwardly, you would never know. No one would ever guess. I just keep on smiling through it. It’s when I layContinue reading “Dear Eli,”

36

Age is such a weird thing to contemplate. I look at my parents who are nearing their 60s and outwardly they still look very young. Call it the Asian genes or whatever, but I honestly think it’s because they just really take good care of themselves. No major health problems. They eat well. They’re active.Continue reading “36”

BIRTHDAY MONTH! Hooray!

Can you believe it’s March? Again? Time is just cruising past us again. This March is a special one for me. It’s my Birthday month yes, but it’s a very special birthday. I’m grateful to be alive. I’m grateful for second chances. I’m grateful for my health. I’m grateful for this beautiful life that IContinue reading “BIRTHDAY MONTH! Hooray!”

A lesson from plants.

When we are more in tune with our reality, and our inner self we become more aware of everything that makes/creates/sustains our life. I’m finding that these days it’s coming from the simplest things, like my plants. It’s everywhere in my tiny little townhome, and the lack of space isn’t stopping me from getting anyContinue reading “A lesson from plants.”

Surviving D-Day

Well we made it folks. We survived Valentine’s Day. Well…almost anyway. We made it through most of the day. There were a few tears. Maybe a few moments of anger. A few moments of resentment and regret. Scrolling through social media was hard. I had thought about avoiding it altogether today to be honest. IContinue reading “Surviving D-Day”

Snow Day

My first instinct this morning was to get up and see just how much snow had fallen, and whether or not I would make the trek to the gym today. Turns out, I WILL not be. My car is a jackass in the snow, and driving home yesterday when it hadn’t even snowed an inchContinue reading “Snow Day”


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