The Israelite & the Cabbie

What do you get when you pair up a sharp Israeli woman and cabbie with a very strong opinion? A very uncomfortable cab ride, that’s what. I was sharing a pleasant cab ride in San Fransisco with a lovely woman from Israel when the cabbie asked where we were from. … Continue reading The Israelite & the Cabbie

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Carry Your Own Weight

I’m training for the West Coast Trail hike with my daughter in July. It’s a multi-day backcountry excursion that I am presently ill-prepared for. Nonetheless, a few times a week, I pop on my backpack (loaded up with 20-30 pounds of stuff) and wander up and down hills, trails, and … Continue reading Carry Your Own Weight

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Sadness and Joy

Well COVID is easing, let’s throw a war in the mix now, WTH. 😭 I don’t do sad well. It weakens me like a kitten, disables me like a broken leg, sucks zaps energy like a power outage. What can we do, what can we say, how can we help, … Continue reading Sadness and Joy

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Simon Says

If you read last week’s post about meeting Simon – I think you will be very interested to find out part two of the story which you will find around minute 4:30 of the below video. Thank you to everyone who reached out to send both him and I love and … Continue reading Simon Says

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ReMINDFULness

The other day I was yanking off my running shoes by the heel when a question popped into my mind. I wondered if most people yank off their shoes or if most people untie their laces. So as I do with many of my life queries, I popped the question … Continue reading ReMINDFULness

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What’s Your WOTY?

Happier New Year! As we slide into January and many ‘resolutions’ have already been forgotten (80% of us let them slide, so ‘they’ say), it’s time to bring up the annual … What’s your WOTY?  ie – Word of the Year, question. Personally, I find the WOTY so much easier … Continue reading What’s Your WOTY?

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3 Month Lag

First off, welcome to our new peeps who joined us over the summer. It’s been 3 months since I wrote my ‘weekly’ GoodNewsLetter. Most every Wednesday it would be published, I enjoyed it – but then in June, my Mom passed away. I did one more e-newsletter after that and … Continue reading 3 Month Lag

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