A story about aging, anxiety and acceptance as I enter my 50th year.
A Pain in the Ass
Oh this past summer was going to be the one! Yep - I had the grandest of plans. Yoga three times a week. Get back to running and finally complete the half marathon training that I ditched in the spring. Meditate- Every. Single. Morning. I could already hear what my friends would say come September … Continue reading A Pain in the Ass
Embracing (and my big boobs)
The night 250 people gathered in Burlington to watch EMBRACE- a film about the epidemic of body loathing in our culture - and what we can do to change it.
Last summer we took our kids to a waterpark. It was a stinkin' hot day and we had a blast zipping down slides and cooling off in the wave pool. At one point, my husband and the older kids decided to try a toilet-bowl style ride geared for an older crowd, so my littlest and I … Continue reading Embrace
The Pot In The Parking Lot
On December 23rd, after a particularly stressful few weeks, I left a stock pot containing a severed head and limbs in the parking lot of the Burlington Mall. It was haphazardly wrapped in an old grey sheet, and I glanced back only briefly as I drove away and wondered who would be the first person … Continue reading The Pot In The Parking Lot