Like many, I grew up surrounded by love stories about couples pledging to love one another for forever. And when I married, this dream was realized. We swore to love each other 'til death do us part. I was all set, happy and forever complete. But that just wasn't my case. The promise of forever created a complacency within me.
Accidental collisions of the human kind.
Last weekend, my closest friend Rhonda married her best friend Amit. It was a hallmark occasion in our epic friendship and my heart was bursting with joy to witness their union. I write this post in celebration of their special day. Back in the spring, Rhon asked me to speak at her wedding. To say I … Continue reading Accidental collisions of the human kind.
Kindling the flames of epic friendships
Last Saturday night I spent the evening catching up with old friends and was struck by the beauty of friendships that span decades. I have personally enjoyed the pleasurable company of 3 extraordinary ladies for just over half my life journey. Since 1998, we have borne witness to each other's lives. From trips abroad, nights on … Continue reading Kindling the flames of epic friendships
Mental rumble-strips. Using the past and the future to stay in the present.
Since returning from paradise, I am slowly re-plugging myself back into the Matrix of everyday life. Fortunately, the Tico magic still lingers, continuing to gift me with profound reflections this week.
Snap. Click. Capturing the moment.
Point, shoot. Snap, click. I love pictures. I take hundreds if not thousands of them. I even pay for cloud storage so they can automatically upload themselves from my devices. Yet, in my desire to capture the moment, I have come to realize how often I unconsciously cut short the magic of the moment itself in … Continue reading Snap. Click. Capturing the moment.