Resiliency Can Be A Superpower

In times of change and distress, it's necessary to adapt if you with to be resilient - a tried and true superpower. As a collective, we are going through monumental change in the world. Everyone has been affected. I first learned about true resiliency when I lost 5 family members in a few short … [Read more...]

Rethinking The Future – Wisdom From The Past

We all have new schedules living at home. Inside my home the full service diner is open 24/7. As head chef, chopping and mixing, with assistant/sous chef (husband Cody) who is doing such a good job, I'm feeling the need to increase his tips. In such close quarters he is observing all my culinary … [Read more...]

The Loss Of A Legend

I woke up Sunday morning January 26th, 2020 to a text from my friend Scott, informing me of Kobe Bryant's death. My first thoughts went to his wife Vanessa Bryant and their 4 daughters. There was no news yet of their 13 year old daughter Gianna being onboard. Kobe and (Gigi as she is known) were on … [Read more...]

Recovering From Surgery With A Wicked Sense Of Humor – Part 2

Gratitude is the wine of the soul. Go ahead. Get drunk. - Rumi Part 2 of my courageous friend Jessie's recovery from a complicated lumbar fusion surgery is continued in her words - including several of her humorous Instagram posts. It's easy to see why everyone on "Team Jessie" are more than … [Read more...]

I Met A Man…

I had the pleasure of meeting the most remarkable man recently; a man who shall remain unnamed. I know he would approve with his big smile and a chuckle. As a small group of friends celebrated his 95th birthday recently, this wise and extremely savvy man shared bits and pieces of his life with … [Read more...]