Reading Nook

Not much to say tonight except that I wish I had a little corner like this to go hide in.  I’ve started confronting a very difficult situation today…one I have been dreading dealing with for some time now…and all I want to do is go hide. I will say, I am incredibly grateful for two…

The Laundry Can Wait

When I was married, my ex lived by this very rigid schedule and set of expectations. The house had to be cleaned by 9pm on Fridays… Laundry had to be finished and folded by 11am Saturday morning… The trip to the grocery store had to be done by 2pm Saturday… It was bizarre.  I could…

Introspection

Introspection can truly be a dangerous thing. When I say introspection can be dangerous, I don’t mean that we shouldn’t take a look at ourselves.  We need to.  We have to look at ourselves, our actions, motivations, triggers and so many things to gain a better understanding of who we are and why we respond…

Hiding Places

This post goes out to all of my introverted friends who share their homes with families, friends, roommates, housemates, etc. and who are trying to survive being housebound with everyone else. I hope all of you have one little corner of your home where you can hang a “Do Not Disturb” sign, indulge in your…

Not All Heros Wear Capes

This post is dedicated to every person in health care working to stop the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19. Every housekeeper… Everyone working food services… Everyone in linen… Every mechanic… Everyone working supply chain… Every information technology person… Every social worker… Every counselor… Every clerk… Everyone answering the phones… Everyone in billing… Everyone in OT/PT… Every administrator……

Only In New York City

I’m going to be honest, with everything going on with COVID-19, it’s been hard for me to find positive influences for pictures.  So many of my thoughts go to these dark, reclusive and emotionally exhausting images when trying to catch up on my blogging requirements.  I know it’s the fatigue of the long days and…