A chance meeting in May sparks an instant friendship. Lives then take us in a different direction. Until December, when we take a moment to celebrate our fortune of good family and friends. Friendship, a […]
Do you find amusing items on social networking sites and share them? You know. Share a Facebook post, here. Share a twitter post, there? How do you know when you’ve shared too much? Well, I […]
Just a reminder. Your life is an open book. No matter how high you rise or how low you go; someone, somewhere can share a part of your story.
I accosted a man today. Maybe accost is a strong word but his initial body language indicated that I might have invaded his space. Before the encounter he was moving at a leisurely pace […]
When I first laid eyes on him all I could see was this blinding golden light following him like a shadow. I’d never seen light emanating from a man before. Ever. There he was walking […]
This article’s theme, NYT Magazine Is an Open Marriage a Happier Marriage reveals the impetus of why marrieds are so interested in bringing others into the fold; they are looking for the easy button. When I was […]
For the second time, in as many days, a friend mentioned “accountability partner”.
The second time I heard the term I asked, “is this a new coaching phrase?”
Then I remembered days before, during a chat with a sorority sister, I confessed, “I may not be the friend you need.” I felt that I had fallen short of being a good friend to her in the past.
In the age of social network platforms, we’ve become accustomed to using the term “friend” and “follower” interchangeably – but those terms shouldn’t be taken lightly. “Follower” carries its own weight because it implies you’re a leader which comes equipped with its own burden. “Friend” implies “labor of love” and “responsibility.”
Reports indicate the earliest recorded photograph may have been taken in 1825. And we have been snapping pictures ever since. This photo of my great-great grandmother isn’t the oldest photo in our collection, but it’s […]
First I heard the bark, then I saw the big brownish-tan terrier coming after us. I raised my hands and said sternly, “NO, NO, NO,” and started to back away to cross to our side […]
Women date "projects"; men marry their projection.