It’s hot today where I live. I mean, it’s 98° (I’m writing this before I’ve had breakfast!) and the heat index is 113°, with humidity of 62%. It’s not surprising that we’re under a heat advisory by the US National Weather Service. I’m a summer-lovin’ girl, but that’s hot, even for me. Now I’m, Read More

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One down, two to go… I finally took my own advice this year and only purchased Halloween candy that I don’t like, so I would give it all away to trick-or-treaters and not eat any of it myself. I can’t begin to tell you how big this is. I love chocolate. I mean, I, Read More

“Step on a crack, break your mama’s…” Did you avoid stepping on the sidewalk cracks when you were a kid? I did as a game walking home from school, but I really didn’t think I’d injure my sweet mama if I did so. However, there are activities that we do every day that have, Read More

I love learning someone’s favorite things because these things can tell me a lot about who they are. Let me give you a few examples. My favorite color is blue. To be more specific, my favorite color is Carolina blue. I am an alumnus of the University of North Carolina, home of Carolina blue, Read More

How’s your heart? When you read that question – do you think of your physical heart, the organ ‘muscle’ that delivers blood throughout the body; or do you think of the emotional aspect of the heart, the innermost part of your being? After all, it is National Heart Month, so it’s the perfect time, Read More

You’re feeling good, in your exercise groove, running or doing your boot camp class, when after a few months, it starts: that throbbing, aching in your heel, the first painful step out of bed in the morning…. Whaaat?! This CAN’T be happening! Then it gets worse. The doctor tells you, “Stop running and high-impact, Read More

“But why? What’s the point?” Have you ever asked that question? I have asked that question, repeatedly, as the owner of an extremely active and playful, two-year old Boxer-Shepherd mix dog, named Kacee. You see, I’m trying to teach her how to release items – a ball, but also socks, shoes, papers, etc. We’ve, Read More