Blog for my BHAY, day 8 of 14 in my reflections of “Good to Go, Hard to Leave”: DeLallo’s and Peach Pie

My friends Sue W and Matt very kindly hosted a “so long’ gathering for me at their home. We sat on their deck, under the darkening western PA sky, watching chickens do their chicken thing in the yard. The conversation ebbed and flowed and wove us together as a group. We enjoyed grilled vegetables, greatContinue reading “Blog for my BHAY, day 8 of 14 in my reflections of “Good to Go, Hard to Leave”: DeLallo’s and Peach Pie”

Blog #26: The Up-Side of Not Being Super Rich

I’m rich in many things, grateful beyond measure for my friends, family, a warm, safe place to live, the gift of a relationship with God, work that matters to me and sometimes helps others, opportunities to serve, and the privilege of a wonderful education. However, I am not one of the 1% who control soContinue reading “Blog #26: The Up-Side of Not Being Super Rich”

Blog #22: Giving Big, Hairy, Audacious Thanks

Tell the muscles in your face to create a smile.  Send the message to your nerves to move your lips, and as a side effect, as you fake that tooth-showing grin, your mood changes.  It doesn’t happen if you grimace instead of smile, but make yourself physically smile and there’s an emotional connection. Research showsContinue reading “Blog #22: Giving Big, Hairy, Audacious Thanks”