Quote of the Day – Gail Sheehy on Growth

Looking for today’s quote, I found this. It’s a subtle reminder that we all have things we hold onto, things we are unsure of, and things we have to embrace. In the end, the uncertainty is certainly worth it. 🙂 If we don’t change, we don’t grow. If we don’t grow, we aren’t really living….

Photo of the Day – Can You Spare A…?

This comes from a fountain in Las Vegas. The amount of change in this fountain was really something. I wondered how often they actally empty it and the age old question: In Vegas, is this the best bet for your money? 🙂

Quote of the Day – Walt Whitman on Growth

I really wanted to come up with a quote on trust today, and I even had one picked out. Then, I came across this quote by Walt Whitman, one of my favorite poets… Now I see the secret of the making of the best persons. It is to grow in the open air and to…

Quote of the Day – Dag Hammarskjöld on Driving.

Sorry for the lack of posts yesterday. I’m in the process of moving. It’s a long journey which continues today! If you’re driving down the highway in the middle of the night and you see a sign that says Bridge Out, pray for some intellectual understanding of that message, or you’re going to have an…

Quote of the Day – Hazel Henderson on Change

There’s so many things going on in my life right now; work, life, school, and everything in-between. These things bring certainty, and some uncertainty, and a little excitement. And I just had a moment of deja vu. I’m sure I’ve done all this before. If we can recognize that change and uncertainty are basic principles,…

Quote of the Day – Fred Rogers on Transition

I spent most of the weekend looking through apartment listings since I’m looking for a new hovel to call my own. This got me thinking about the various transitions we take in life, when we grow, when we change, and when things are different just because they are. Today’s quote reflects the change we all…

Quote of the Day – Hillary Clinton on Change

We almost didn’t have one of the greatest presidents in history. On this day in 1801 – The U.S. House of Representatives broke an electoral college tie between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr, electing Jefferson as the third President and Burr as Vice President. This decision wasn’t taken likely as it took 36 votes for…

A change will come…

I’ve had a lot of change happen all at once. Not that I haven’t had time to prepare for the changes, they’ve just all happened at the same time. Used under creative commons, Thank you AlicePopkorn2! (This picture is PHENOMENAL!) New Living Situation: Recently, I’ve left the hamlet of Milwaukie, Oregon and moved to the…