Rescue the Rescuer!

After being a compulsive rescuer all of my life, and now having no one to rescue constantly or even monthly, what do I do????? I retired in 2010 after 37 years of nursing. Rescuing is in my blood! My mother was a nursing student during World War II. Being the oldest girl of four kids … More Rescue the Rescuer!

Healthy Living Lessons From My Cats

This post is based on my article published on Candid Slice.  http://www.candidslice.com/5-life-lessons-we-can-all-learn-from-cats/ My two cats have taught me many lessons about healthy living. After being owned by two cats, I can say un-CAT-egorically that I am a cat person. The CATharsis of sitting on the couch with one cat in my lap as I stroke her … More Healthy Living Lessons From My Cats

A Boatload of Guilt

Finally I have a life without guilt. Let me explain. From early childhood through a large part of my adult life guilt has haunted me every day. No, I was never evil or did anything terrible to be ashamed of. It started in early childhood. I was a very conscientious little girl. I tried to … More A Boatload of Guilt