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2 days ago 19 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
  As a blogger during these difficult times, I have been trying to keep my blogs upbeat. I felt that we have enough difficult news around us and, perhaps, our blogs could be a small distraction. But I am sad and angry today and I want to share those feelings. Maybe some of you also need to share your grief and anger.       Last week, my next door neighbor’s-and very close friend-28 year old son, Justin, unexpectedly passed away. (it was not virus related). Immediately upon h...
9 days ago 5 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
  As we have all can admit, the amount of information bombarding us daily is more than we have ever had before. Whether you get your news by radio (remember those?), print media, television, online websites or social media, the amount of information out there is, to me, insurmountable.       As before, people have taken to sharing information on social media. I have joined several Facebook groups that provide information specifically for attorneys in my field of practice. Tho...
16 days ago 4 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
Mitch shared a great list of possible activities to engage in during this time of quarantine. I would love to share a few of the specific things that my family and I have done.   1. Rearranging my clothes-Since I will not be wearing my “office and court clothes” for at least, six weeks, I rearranged my closet. My casual clothes are now in the front and work wear in the back. I also put aside clothes I haven’t worn in a while for donation. It made me feel like I accomplished ...
23 days ago 10 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
  I believe that we can all admit that we are living in a crazy, and somewhat scary, time. Every few minutes the news inundates us with new closings and cancellations, the Vegas buffets, Disney World, March Madness etc. And, as Mitch eloquently wrote on Saturday, the supermarket shelves are bare. But, during it all, we must make important decisions about our own families, businesses and lives. It can be overwhelming.           My question to you is how are you keeping yoursel...
30 days ago 6 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
  Ever since I met my husband’s cousin, Jack, he always had a dog. First there was Bailey. And then recently, a few months after Bailey passed, he adopted Shelby from a local shelter.       Last night Jack was talking about the cat his daughter recently adopted, Milo. In talking about Milo, Jack laughed about Milo’s antics and spoke about how cute he thought Milo is. At one point Jack said, “I always thought I was dog person but, after being with Milo, I’m not so sure.”      ...
37 days ago 13 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
  Often in Weight Watchers (“WW”) we talk about our “why.” Why do we show up every Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m., when we can be sleeping? Is it just to be healthy for ourselves? Is it to be able to run on the beach with your grandchildren? An examination of my “why” is a significant part of my WW journey.           I have come to realize that examination of my “why” extends to many other facets of my life. Many of you know that I began my career as a commercial litigator. I ...
44 days ago 6 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
  Sometimes it just happens. You’re in the car in a lousy mood. And the right song comes on that just lifts you right out of your mood.       That happened to me recently. I was in a really bad mood while driving. Collective Souk’s  "All that You Know" started playing on the radio  through my itunes. Within seconds, I had raised the volume and I was singing along, very loudly. But, most importantly, my mood totally turned around. Rather than a scowl, I got out of my car with...
51 days ago 3 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
  I recently read that January 21 is officially Break Your Resolution Day. That being, the day by which most people have broken their New Year’s Resolutions. So, now we are over one month past that date.       I made two resolutions this year, to control my cursing and to put my phone away when I get home from work. I recently admitted in a blog that within two days of two days of New Year’s Eve, I broke my first resolution. I was back to cursing within two hours of return...
65 days ago 9 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
  I think all of our hearts broke when we heard the tragic news about the helicopter crash that took the lives of Kobe Bryant, his daughter, several of their friends and the pilot. I know, for me, I still tear up when I see pictures of the father and daughter together as well as the other families who were lost that day.     But there is also another tragedy that occurred on that Sunday. Apparently, TMZ leaked the news of Kobe and Gianna Bryant’s deaths before authorities...
72 days ago 20 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
  This blog is not about politics. It’s about  the right-or the decision-to speak about politics.       It’s now “awards season” in the entertainment industry. We have had the Golden Globe Awards, SAG Awards, and Grammys. At the beginning of the Golden Globe Awards host Ricky Gervais told the celebrities to without the political commentary from their speeches, as “no wanted to hear what they had to say.” Many of the award winners, such as Patricia Arquette and Michelle Willia...
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