It ain't easy livin' without power....but it certainly does make me appreciate it. I have taken it for "granted" before. I think, too, that I have really taken my good health for granted for many, many years. Going through the stressful times of the days/months/years before my mother ("Miss Betty") died, made for some less than desirable eating choices.
Around the time of the Royal Wedding, I saw a tweet from India Hicks, about giving up diet soda. I was doing the same and followed her hashtag #fatsickandnearlydead to the website www.fatsickandnearlydead.com. Bought the movie and watched it and it changed my life! So much so, that I am bringing Joe Cross and his film to Richmond on September 15th. If you are in the Richmond area, or know anyone in Central Virginia, this is a must-attend event! For more, just click on www.rebootingmylife.com!
Living room mantel So much for interesting posts in December! I will have to pick that up in January... Busy, busy, busy getting ready f...
Day 23: Come up with a pitch for your ancestor’s biography. Is it a sultry tell-all, or just-the-facts? What major theme(s) does it cover? ...
Day 25: In honor of Black Friday, review historical resources like the Sears Catalog and “buy” three Christmas presents for an ancestor. W...