Birthday week firsts: Post-party energy, driving lessons and a chiropractor visit

It's been a great week of birthday celebrations (yay to the October-born).  With all the changes that have happened this year, I found myself caught up at the start of this semester with the "must work all the time" kind of mentality that comes with starting a new job. Not surprisingly I found myself becoming … Continue reading Birthday week firsts: Post-party energy, driving lessons and a chiropractor visit

Running alone and facing down the dark morning shadows (real and imagined)

I prefer to run in the morning. Not early morning, but usually when there's light out. While I much prefer the temperatures to autumn and winter, I prefer the light in an early spring or summer morning, but running in the dark during winter? Nope. And yet, here I was, on a cold and blustery … Continue reading Running alone and facing down the dark morning shadows (real and imagined)

Booklist 2017 “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat” by Oliver Sacks

I read a lot but given the latest news developments around the world, I find that I spend several hours a day reading just the news. While it’s important to keep up to date with the news I have a feeling of being swept away in this sea of information.  At the moment, nothing really … Continue reading Booklist 2017 “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat” by Oliver Sacks