Obsessing Over 250

I’m the most obsessive person I know. This is good when it comes to health and fitness. Need to lose weight, get into shape, beat diabetes? Piece of cake. (Or no cake, more to the point.) But this obsessiveness is less endearing when it comes to my Fitbit. Tara got me one last September on ourContinue reading “Obsessing Over 250”

Feeding the Ego Machine

Audrey asked a seemingly innocent question recently. What do you see when you look in the mirror? But upon further reflection – pun intended – I realized the question required more thought than simply blurting out “a face!” as I’d originally intended. My daughter was digging for deeper truths. For more complex nuances. So I gaveContinue reading “Feeding the Ego Machine”