Taking the Leap

Yesterday we worked on our potted gardens, planted the lettuces and some tomatoes, and put annuals throughout the flowerbeds…a liddle pop of kul-la. A year ago I was not a gardener, now I find the dirt comforting. Next, an outing with my guy where we ended up eating falafels in a quaint town, in theContinue reading “Taking the Leap”

Make a Great Day

I have a dear friend who is a giver, a healer, and a master trained chef…a lovely combination in a friend. After day one of the 39 mile breast cancer walk she nursed our completely disgusting feet. Bandaging up my missing left heel, in her deep and delicious Trinidadian accent, she said, Kat, you canContinue reading “Make a Great Day”

Without Shame

Without Shame I wanted to write about parades today. My little town just had a kick-ass HS graduation car parade… glorious, joyous, everything good. But, we are in unprecedented times, and when people are hurting parade talk can wait. My mom was a secretary in advertising in the early 1960s. She was 5.7 and veryContinue reading “Without Shame”