It Might Be Crazy But Its My Crazy
There’s something incredibly sweet about coming home for the holidays after you’ve been away for awhile. Even though things are crazy, it’s all good because it’s your crazy.
Crazy for my husband and I this year involved flying into Toronto at 6:30 am Christmas day and then being wonderfully caught up in multiple family celebrations over three days that spread from Mississauga to Niagara and back again.
All was well but not necessarily calm. But, it was certainly chaotic and fun.
While many traditions remained the same, there were new and interesting twists that enhanced the old. It…
Posted on 12-27-10
Slow Down if You’re Moving Too Fast
Yesterday a good friend recounted how she had recently taken a tumble while heading into the Toronto subway. Thank goodness she was close to the bottom of the stairs as it could have been much worse. As it was, she still managed to sprain both her ankles as well as one of her wrists. As she recounted her mishap, I found myself cringing with more empathy than would be typical as it brought back memories of my own ankle injury that took place a number of years ago. Teaching at Niagara College at the time, I was heading home with…
Posted on 12-19-10
The Power and Potential of Women of a Certain Age
A good friend of mine, recently divorced, decided she would like, but did not necessarily need, a relationship. Consequently, she decided to explore a number of dating services, both on and off line.
During her most recent adventure, she ended up at a dinner for eight men and eight women between the ages of 50 and 60. Although not an especially well organized event, she enjoyed the conversations with both the men and the women. It was especially important for her to learn that the majority found her work to be fascinating – especially the men. I’m guessing that…
Posted on 12-11-10