It’s human nature and maybe human nurture – we cling so tightly to our beliefs. After all, we have invested a LOT of time and energy to keep them right where we are. We claim they protect us, give us a solid foundation. But this past Thursday, two deeply rooted truths of mine were dug out and destroyed. How deep? Oh Mama, you can’t even guess.
She also tortured me by enrolling me in tap and ballet. I was not good at it. At 5pm every Tuesday and Thursday, I went to every class and tried my best. I also harbored a secret hatred of the class because I had to miss the last 15 minutes of Batman. The Adam West and Burt Ward dynamic duo started double episodes at 4 o’clock. I never got to see them actually foil anyone. I’d drag chubby, leotard wearing butt off the couch and tap on out the door dejectedly
It’s Mercury Retrograde AND Full Moon Lunar Eclipse time – every single article remotely related to this promotes panic and warns us that things will not go smoothly. However, the luxury of hiding in bed all day and doing nothing out of fear is does not belong to most of us. I’m learning to embrace the “RE” part of retrograde – to explore or re-examine dreams and creative opportunities that may have fallen along the wayside. I live in a […]
So I have been posting blogs about my childhood experiences. Some of the content may be difficult to read, and it does cost me emotionally to write it. However, there really IS a point to all this. I was a child with Asperger’s Syndrome before it was recognized by anyone. It was first mentioned in a medical paper by English psychiatrist Lorna Wing in 1981. It did not enter formal medical journals until a decade later. So those of us […]