Tag Archives: Glad I Saw It
I noticed this sticker on a local post box, and it made me stop and think. And as I’m trying to remain open-minded in a world that screams at me to further polarize, I snapped a photo to give myself … Continue reading
A toddler’s temper tantrum causes headaches. An adult’s outbursts cause conflict. A leader’s inability to handle criticism, stress, and responsibility causes disarray and misery for many. It seems like we could all use reminders about how to manage big emotions … Continue reading
Several years of walking in Brookdale Park, and I’ve never noticed this. Having a dog means meandering instead of power walking, and that means breathing deeply and seeing more. I highly recommend it.
This is our dog seeing the ocean for the first time. Lately, finding moments to replenish the wells of empathy and strength and self-care have been few and far between. If you can’t get away, figure out how to see … Continue reading
You know it’s moving season when you see art and art supplies out on the sidewalk. Keep your eyes peeled for cool stuff around town.
I found this on my child’s 1st grade classroom wall today. It seems to me that adults need more Read Alouds from which to learn Life Lessons. Which stories would you read aloud to the adults in your life, and … Continue reading
Nina Simone sings Young, Gifted and Black on Sesame Street. Continue reading
The Gypsy Farmhouse in Cedar Grove, NJ is worth a visit. Continue reading
From the MLK, Jr Memorial in Washington DC.
Sometimes a space becomes a living, breathing organ, providing a needed boost to the neighborhood surrounding it. 73 See Gallery at 73C Pine Street in Montclair embodies this idea. And the newest exhibition is a clear example of how deeply Mary Z Scotti’s … Continue reading