Last week as we celebrated Father’s Day it struck me that it has been 48 years since we lost our father to cancer when he was just 55. So much of my life was spent without him that I confess many milestones passed when he did not enter my thoughts nor did I have any…
Life experience marks us in many intricate ways. Tattoos are one way to record the journey.
Confessions of a Baby Boomer Mom- Infinite
via Daily Prompt: Infinite One of my new resolutions has been to step out of my comfort zone so this morning I decided to take on a daily prompt challenge from WordPress. The challenge was to write about the word Infinite. Crazy to say but that word conjures up a lot of things for me….
Confessions of a Baby Boomer Mom – Gratitude
I reflect on gratitude and my many blessings the week before Thanksgiving.
Confessions of a Baby Boomer Mom – Ribbons
I have a confession to make. I am a breast cancer survivor and I have never been a fan of the pink ribbon. Just admitting that sounds strange and I can almost hear the gasps coming from fellow survivors and pink ribbon proponents. The pink ribbon has a strong message and it carries a…