Red Shouldered Hawk in Maryland
My husband noticed the hawk first. The loud squawking had been in the background as we enjoyed a relaxing conversation outside. He explained that she was trying to teach her babies to leave the nest and fly.
I started to pay attention. She was standing in the grass next to our driveway looking up and screaming. Suddenly she regurgitated three different pieces of food onto the grass. She was definitely trying [...]
Lately I dive into the day without meditating. Upon waking, I take care of a few tasks, turn on the laptop, check notifications, confirm my schedule, and check the news. With my world swirling in my mind, I sit down and clear my thoughts.
Call it my own private little power meditation.
While referring to his recent study at the University of Washington, David Levy said, “Meditation is a lot like doing reps at a [...]
Igloo Insulated Bag for Grocery Shopping
This year our County legislated a 5 cent charge for all plastic and paper bags at stores. Many other jurisdictions also have this fee to cut down on littering such as LA and Washington DC (which was first).
Although I’ve been bringing bags to the grocery store for about 20 years (my husband’s idea way back), I recently purchased an insulated bag. At first I thought it would be useful in [...]