Tag Archives: friends
Eighteen intensity-packed days condensed down to 2 minutes of feel-goodness. Thank you, Mark!
The many wise, warm, wonderful women who enrich my life.
Weekly evenings with Jay. A lot’s gone on in the past twelve years. Hopes and upheaval. Disappointments. Triumphs. In work, relationships, parenting and health. And through it all, there’s been a weekly evening with Jay. Sanity. Sage advice. Laughter. Perspective. … Continue reading
Three glorious, sun-filled days. Eating, drinking and being merry. With fabulous, fabulous family.
Unbelievably, our long-awaited cross-country train trip has come and gone. What a wild, wild ride. It was our longest family vacation, to date. And certainly our most intense. Compared to the hardcore Rocky Mountain hiking, biking and camping of my … Continue reading
“You can keep them bottled up, but they will come out, Michael. Sometimes in the most unexpected… Hey, where the @!*# are my hard-boiled eggs?!“ – Tobias Fünke. Good Grief! Arrested Development 2004. My life is brimming with beautiful people. … Continue reading
If you’ll be in Ottawa October 2, 2011, we’d love you to join Mark, Bayla, myself and our team mates for a beautiful 5km saunter along the Ottawa River to raise funds for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. You can … Continue reading
Here’s where it all began. Where Mark and I met for our very first date. That history-making, mega-foamy latté. I snuck in the back door. De-toqueing and de-snowing myself, unseen. Mark faced away. Tall, wiry, and newly goateed. There was … Continue reading
Past, Present and Future Fun. Can’t wait!!! Landscape photos thanks to ecstaticist, BugMan50 and naserke. Related Posts: Dusting off a Dream
Last night, online, a friend mourned a friend. And sent ripples across the net. Today, over wine, a friend mourned a lost pet. More ripples. And tonight, a stranger’s hug soothed my own silly tears. People are good. I am … Continue reading
One of the many highlights of the fab PAB2011 experience was the wit, wisdom and warmth of Anthony Marco. While we await publication of the PAB2011 sessions, please enjoy his thought-provoking and experiential jolt from PAB2010, A Word is Worth … Continue reading