79 Stretching The Limits

I just finished a chair workout involving a series of stretch movements. I’m hoping that working out this way, gently stretching muscles, that have spent too much time sitting in front of my computer, will help me avoid difficulty with our use-it-or-lose-it design. To avoid injury of bounce-torn tissue (stretched too cold – too fast […]

I Remember:

Clouds, Donuts, & Lessons of Love

I remember the dust, the heat and the rusty smell of an endless September afternoon. My face pressed against the old screen wire on the swinging door to the back porch. Dark green paint chipped off trim and onto the scuffed, swayed floorboards. I stared at the cracks in the floor and at the spots […]

10 Ways To Profit From Digital Solitaire:

Desktop Solitaire can be many things… a small pleasure, an innocent pastime, or self-entertainment. But this game can also be a thief of time, and productivity. Today, while struggling with procrastination, I had a burst of enlightenment – an ‘Aha!’ moment. I wondered… Can we profit from lessons with digital Solitaire?  I did. That little […]

Very Personally Yours

Very Personally Yours:  It sounds like the sign off on a letter addressed to friends and colleagues doesn’t it?  Well, I guess that’s a good analogy for this post.  I wanted to share thoughts from my heart with you, my reader friends.  So, here goes: This day began with a stretch, and a sleepy “Thank […]

Progress Report and Personal Notes

Dear Readers, It has been a season crowded with blessings and significant events for me. My vacation travels to Atlanta, GA; Washington DC; Ireland; and London were incredibly busy, heartwarming and treasured experiences. I finally met my Great Grand Daughter, one of the loves in my life, and celebrated much love and laughter with others. […]

Notice:

Dear Readers, I will be attending a writers workshop and conference – and will not be posting regular content for two weeks. Please check back with me then. I hope to have some interesting things to share ! Blessings, Love and Laughter to you all, Marge

# 75 Hanging-Out: Contact is Good For Your Health

Do you remember when social engagement was as easy as just ‘hanging out’ with friends – and was a preferred, prime-time activity? We can probably all recall good-time memories of those childhood, and teen-aged, social events. Some of us still engage in enough casual ‘hang-time’ to keep us connected, engaged, and happy. But withdrawal, so […]