Patience

“Patience is a virtue.” That phrase has always bugged me. It has always felt like I was being told to not be excited about something or to lower my expectations or to “settle down”. Ugh. When I want something I want it! When I need something from someone else, I want it yesterday. Yoga has taught me…

Curiosity or Judgment?

One of the things about writing about life is that sometimes I’m too busy living it to write! I’d love to find a way to be consistent even in the middle of life’s busyness, but the reality is that I’m not great at discipline and consistency. And that’s OK 🙂 There’s been a lot going…

Opening Day!

Take me out to the ballgame! Yes – it’s opening day for Major League Baseball! In a lot of places it gets lost amidst spring break, March Madness, and even snow (it snowed for the Colorado Rockies’ home opener in 2018!) It also gets lost because the fan base is aging and decreasing (although my…

March Madness!

It’s March Madness, that time of year when half the country tries to correctly guess the winner of the 63 NCAA men’s college basketball tournament games and then over 3 weeks watch madly to see if they were right. Are you a Greeny “Sheet of Integrity” person or Golic “play to win” person with multiple…

Harassed at His Home

If you think that racial profiling isn’t real or it doesn’t affect “honest” people, I strongly encourage you to ask more questions and really listen to people who’ve experienced it. This video is from early March in Boulder, CO. A man working in his yard, where he lives and works, gets into a shouting match…

My First Post NOT About Football: Let Us Live

CBS Sunday Morning on St.Patrick’s Day included a story about Alexandra, a smiling, laughing, successful high school student who had a bright future ahead of her. Until she committed suicide. She wrote in a journal about her unhappiness. In the story, her family and friends tell how shocked they were to learn that while they…