Taking Stock…

Should old acquaintance be forgot and never brought to mind? Should old acquaintance be forgot and days of old lang syne? 2010 has been an interesting year for me. Lately, I’ve had to take a deep breath and take stock of all the things in my life which have impacted me in a good, bad,…

2010… My Music

It’s time for me to start “Navel Gazing” for 2010. To kick things off: The music that got me through the year. As anyone who has been reading my blog this year would know. I like music and these are some of the songs which either: Made me happy, got me groovin’ or just plain…

Solo-Christmas

“You can’t be alone on Christmas” I heard this many times in the last week. I didn’t have any plans for Christmas. My family is close and we planned to have Christmas on New Years Day. So I didn’t have any plans for Christmas. (Used under creative commons licensing. Photo Credit: Scottfeldstein) As I woke…

Happy Elven Christmas

I couldn’t resist. Please feel free to watch for a serious giggle. 🙂 My little elf dance I promise it’s worth a look-see.

Shopping Anyone?

Being at home is bad. Me being stuck at home, is really bad. With all my forced free time, I’ve been shopping. There is nothing like digging through some of my favorite websites’ clearance sections for things I’m sure I do not need, but suddenly, I want. Some of my favorites: (In No Particular Order)…

Erased

In the past weeks I’ve had a lot of time to think, reflect and mull-over so many things in (and out) of my life. I find myself with a little less patience, but I’m full of love. I’ve spent many days thanking the powers that be for all the things I’ve been privileged to be…

Speech: Final Persuasive

Finally. I’m done with all my classes for the term. This makes me happy. While I would love to rant and rave on and on about how fantastic I was. I really don’t have the energy and I’m really just glad this term is over. Hopefully I can relax for the next two weeks, before…

Overwhelmed and Tethered.

Wow. What the span of two weeks does to your perception of everything. Sometimes you’re overwhelmed when a thing comes, and you do not realize the magnitude of the affair at that moment. When you get away from it, you wonder, did it really happen to you? – Marian Anderson Over the last couple of…