Elusive Perfection

Posted by on Sep 21, 2015 | 2 Comments

“Oh my gosh, Jeremy!  Look!  It’s a Blue Morpho!” I whispered, trying to grab his attention without scaring the butterfly away. “Mom!  That’s good luck!” he shouted excitedly, as he ran toward it for a better look.  The butterfly, once spotted, fluttered elusively down the path with my gleeful son in pursuit. I would love to […]

Stop Chasing Perfection

Posted by on Mar 31, 2014 | 3 Comments

“Oh my gosh, Jeremy!  Look!  It’s a Blue Morpho!” I whispered intensely, trying to grab his attention without scaring the butterfly away. “Mom!  That’s good luck!” he shouted excitedly, as he ran toward it for a better look – the butterfly, once spotted, fluttered elusively down the path with a gleeful nine-year-old in pursuit. I […]

Celebrating Imperfection

Posted by on Sep 30, 2013 | 3 Comments

Last week, a friend of mine received a snarky comment about a grammatical error on her blog that sent her reeling.  This friend of mine is likely one of the nicest people on the planet.  She’s gentle and kind and, as a massage therapist/life coach, spends her life helping others feel better.  Being mean to […]