Monthly Archives: March 2010
Finding the Extraordinary.

  Each day we generally follow a routine, at least I do. I get up and have my quite time, then get the family up, work out, go to work, come home, walk Mav, have dinner, read or watch TV and go to bed. Sounds kind of boring, doesn’t it. But it’s not. I try […]

The Book of Opportunity.

  We will open the book. It’s pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and it’s first chapter is New Year’s Day. – Edith Lovejoy Pierce For the first time this year, I got a New Year’s Card instead of a Christmas card. The words […]

It’s Not Failure.

“Failure is only the opportunity to begin again more intelligently.” I’m not sure where I found this quote, but it said something to me. So many times I have failed and decided to try again without stopping to think about what went wrong. How can I possibly succeed if I don’t stop and evaluate what […]

Surrounded By Darkness.

  For many of us, 2009 has been a difficult year. Many of us, including me, are anxious about their investments and their retirement. Millions have lost their homes this year and millions more are unemployed. It becomes easy to see this as a dark, cold, dreary time. We understand that the Solstice has come […]

The Light Returns.

 If you are like me, once the Winter Solstic has passed, you want the light to arrive NOW. I think we should have at least 30 minutes of light more each day. I know that is unreasonable, but it doesn’t keep me from wanting it. I read in the paper that the sun will continue […]