Tagged with Coping

Billy Bush, You’re Fired???

Let me be the first to say, unequivocally, that I am not a Donald Trump supporter, for reasons all too numerous to recount. That being said, I find myself in the most unusual position of expressing compassion and, yes, some understanding of the behavior displayed by Billy Bush. Although Billy Bush’s conduct is culpable, I … Continue reading

The BI Girls Together Again!

As my plane circled JFK airport, my feel good endorphins could not be contained. This feeling evoked by spending 6 days with women I’ve known for over 48 years was beyond words. Describing them as friends is an understatement. The word friend, although in certain respects is an apt description, falls increasingly short in describing … Continue reading

You’ve Got To Be Kidding!

Being a woman of a certain age I’ve become all too familiar with the pharmacy counter. The usual afflictions of age have not escaped me although, most of the time, I feel invincible. The human body is a finely tuned synchronous marvel of wonder. A beating heart, arguably the most important organ in the body, … Continue reading

Blessings

Sitting across from my friend, my eyes were irretrievably fixated on the tiny lines etched around the circumference of her face. In a few short years she had aged immeasurably. Every New Year’s Eve we reason, things can’t possible get any worse than the previous year, but in hindsight it seemed that once again we … Continue reading

PASSAGE of TIME

I am acutely away that as we age the natural order of life includes the death of our parents. No matter how old we are and no matter how old our parents are when they pass, it’s too soon. My 50 year old sister-in-law tearfully sobbed that, although she felt foolish saying it, when her … Continue reading