Archives for January 2014

Empty Nest? Not!

My daughter was packing her car again. We planned to catch a quick lunch—hot dogs, at Steve’s Snapping Dogs on Colfax–our shared guilty pleasure. During which she would give me the crash course in using my new iPad she had not had time to, until now, this last day of a winter break from college […]

The upside of hip fractures

I’m just back from a ski trip to Crested Butte, Colorado, with family and friends, and thought I’d post this excerpt from my first collection of essays about practicing A Course in Miracles unique forgiveness, Extraordinary Ordinary Forgiveness. Written five years ago on another New Year’s trip to Crested Butte, it reflects where I was […]

Good fish, beautiful fish

I am so deeply moved by those of you who have shared your stories of our beloved Teacher Kenneth Wapnick with me—thank you! His generosity truly knew (and knows) no bounds! My heart continues to go out to his dear wife Gloria and their family, and the Foundation for A Course in Miracles staff. I […]