Monthly Archives: July 2014

“The long and winding road”

By now everyone on the planet must have heard the cliché, “It’s the journey that’s most important, not the destination.” A friend who writes a travel blog (see story here)  and who traveled with her husband to Greece to buy a … Continue reading

Posted in inspiration, writing | Tagged , , | 6 Comments

Confused? There must be an app for that

In the past week I read about three free apps that help people who want to stay focused on one project for an hour or two, and avoid checking email or Facebook or Twitter or their bank account or “breaking … Continue reading

Posted in aging, personal reflections, technology | Tagged , , , , , | 6 Comments

Wanted: Electric Cart “Drivers’ Ed.”

This is the story of how an injury pushed me into a new adventure and a study of human nature. Ever since mid-June, when a horse — okay, a large pony — dumped me without ceremony onto hard soil, walking … Continue reading

Posted in health, humor | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Almost like “Waiting for Godot”

I’ve been to the hospital Emergency Room (ER) twice lately, which is why I was drawn to a blog on the NPR web page called, “Heart of the Matter: Treating the Disease Instead of the Person,” by Dr. Leana Wen. … Continue reading

Posted in health | 3 Comments