"I need to make time for working out." "You should make time for the kids." "He needs to make time for his check-ups." These are just random sentences, from everyday lives, but notice how they all use the phrase 'make time'. How do you think this phrase originated? I mean come to think of it,… Continue reading WHAT MOTHERHOOD TAUGHT ME ABOUT TIME
We lay on the grass, Our hands firmly enclasped. That wetness between the verdant blades, Making silken lines on your bonny face, The faint fragrance of first rain, Wafting through the June air. This moment, our 'now', I wish I could break all the clocks, On the earth somehow. Forget about seizing… Continue reading MY FOREVER AND ALWAYS
We all celebrate success. We throw a party, call up friends and family or go out for dinner or a date, or if we're alone, we let our hair down and unwind with a drink or do something we have been wanting to do, that helps us relax. Some pious folks pray for their achievements and… Continue reading CELEBRATING FAILURES
We All Have Stories We'll Never Tell. I don't know who said this, but whoever did, couldn't have said it better. The average person has at least one such secret that they'd rather take to the grave than tell someone else. We all lie, we all do wrong, and we all keep secrets, ours or… Continue reading SECRETS: DO THEY REALLY HURT?