I often wonder, living in a technology obsessed culture the way we do, if the art of conversation is slowly dying out. To add another layer to the often difficult nature of conversing one-on-one, I also am an introverted writer. Most times when I am out in the world I find myself struggling to connect
People show us we matter in a variety of ways. When we truly matter to someone, they show up for us with comforting consistency. They answer our calls or texts, even in the middle of the night, and they do so with regularity. A busy person can still show you that you matter to them.
A few weeks back while we were enjoying our holiday break, I was seated in a common area of a family friendly gym we were visiting. My boys and husband were finishing up the last bit of their workout, and I had a couple of minutes to myself. As an introvert immersed in the middle
Ever since we were able to reincorporate dogs back into our home well over three years ago, daily walks are a part of my life. When I had my first dog, Kisses (may she rest in peace), I walked that dog all over Wrigleyville. As my family expanded and we moved to the suburbs, my
I don’t know how it’s going for you thus far into the New Year, but are you hanging in there with resolutions? Personally, I don’t like to use the word resolution. This term seems too black and white. Either you resolved to do something or you didn’t. There isn’t much wiggle room and this makes