I am still in England, soon to be back in Atlanta on the 24th. I am looking forward to being back and being part of the excitement. Not having been part of the emotional turmoil that’s been going on over there, I haven’t commented much myself. JoAnn was back there on the day of the . . .
Tomorrow will be a day in history that will be looked back on as either the first time a woman or a businessman with no political experience was elected President of the United States. Whatever the outcome, Americans have an opportunity for healing relationships that may have been stressed during this very contentious . . .
Last week I mentioned that research indicates that money, wealth, status and position in life accounts for little more than 10% of what we call the happiness quotient.
What the other 90% broke down into, I left hanging. Well, it’s a lot more than was given in what I read, but it is instructive nevertheless. They . . .
You’ve probably heard that the people of England voted to leave the European Union and that as a result, the British pound has fallen dramatically against the dollar.
It looks like we Brits may need to tighten our belts a bit. But that could be a good thing.
The workshop we just did in Ukraine was about . . .
Have you missed me?
I’m sure you’ve noticed I haven’t been blogging lately. Here’s why.
As usual, in late June we relocated to England for the summer. In line with my resolution since the cancer episode, to work less and enjoy life more, we spent all of July and August visiting with my kids and grand kids. . . .
It is almost a year to the day that I was pronounced cancer free. For that, I am still feeling extreme gratitude, especially to those of you who sent me all that healing energy.
Because of you, it went from Stage 3 rectal cancer to nothing in just 4 months. You were great.
Business wise, we hardly . . .
Diana, Princess of Wales, died in a car crash in 1997. Prince Harry was then aged 12.
Now 31, he made an interesting comment on the BBC news last night.
“I regret not talking until three years ago, about my mother’s death and how it had affected me,” he shared. “I’d held it in for 28 . . .
This 10-minute video recently posted on Facebook needs to be watched by every person in America who cares about the soul of this country.
It is the most authentic, courageous and heartfelt plea for this country to wake the **bleep** up to the truth and get the **bleep** out of our state of denial about the . . .
I know that what happens in the UK doesn’t qualify as breaking news in America, especially with all that has happened there since we left on June 9th. But having been here in England now for two weeks, I feel I should share with you two things that will have happened here by the time . . .
As all kids generally become, who occupy the position of the middle child in the family, I was ‘the rebel.’ Not a real nuisance rebel but always the one who wanted to stretch the limits a bit, do things differently and break rules when I could.
Our school demanded we all wear green blazers: I wore . . .