As a Jewish woman, it is in my blood to nurture. I was surrounded by nuturing women my entire childhood and my teen years. Some might say, a bit too nurturing leaning towards bossy, at times. Whatever. The intent was/is always to care for those we love. The Yiddish saying Balabusta (Yiddish: בעל־הביתטע) is a Yiddish expression describing aContinue reading “Matza Ball Soup”
What leads to a new day? If I hear you and you hear me. The thought of seeing you next to me or on top of me as if I am watching the fiercely fiery rip tide of the ocean soothing over the warm and anxious sand and feet of all those that long toContinue reading “What parts about Love part 2”
Today I am thinking about the concept of love. That feeling that we describe and use for so many different scenarios. What are the easiest parts and then the hardest parts. And what are the parts that allow or push us to do something we never thought we’d do, good or bad, we do itContinue reading “What parts about LOVE…part 1”
SPARK: a feeling or quality that causes excitement: They kept running into each other and eventually realized there was a spark between them. The music is mediocre because there’s no spark, no thrill, no unpredictability.
Four different words with very different meanings. We seek, we search, we research, we desire. We understand the differences as we continue along the road. L Frank Baum, what a genius! The Wizard of Oz? The Wizard of Life…
Sitting inside, alone, yet not alone, I feel the sun and the moon, as the traffic stumbles on, and the search continues. I am ever present, every inch of me inside and out. Today. Alive. Trespassing on fate, faith and forgiveness. Surrounded by love and sound. And words.
Going into the New Year has always been a very vulnerable time in my life especially regarding my career and relationships. They both intertwine for me. True to form, leading up to January 1st I began to access my personal and career relationships as I refuel and prepare for the New Year. Decisions made, feelingsContinue reading “The Fluidity of Love”