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Yesterday I had a shame attack. I woke up after a long night's sleep, recovering from leading a five-day retreat, and found a post on Facebook from an angry participant who called me rude and suggested that I was a fraud.

In this moment I’m reminded, once again, that so much of my time has been spent trying to make things happen – pushing and prodding my way to a better life.

 

My friend Max gave me an awesome gift for Christmas this year that I've been using this afternoon. It's a thermal laminator. I know, pretty strange, right? Who gives a thermal laminator as a gift? 

Cheryl Richardson > Here’s What to Do When You Can’t Forgive

Yesterday, during a break from the nonstop snowstorms here in the Northeast, I strapped on snowshoes and went outside for a walk.  As I trudged through the powdery, fresh snow, I made a spontaneous decision to dedicate my walk to forgiveness.  

Last week’s blog generated a lot of mail and I value and appreciate the feedback and shared stories I received from so many of you. A few men wrote in wondering if Michael had given his permission for me to publish the story and I quickly wrote back to say yes, most definitely.

Okay, I'm officially over winter. It's bitter cold here today and the windchill makes it impossible to go out for a walk. And if my skin gets any drier, I'm going to become a human sanding machine. 

It's a snowy day here in New England and I'm sitting in my livingroom watching Poupon run from window to window trying to catch the big, fluffy snowflakes falling outside just beyond his reach. He's determined to keep at it despite the fact that he never gets the prize. Poor dear...

I love my life. Most days. There are some days when I cringe at the thought of having to leave the comfort of my cozy bed.

Today's blog is a thank you to a stranger in my neighborhood.  A woman I've never seen before, but who came along at the moment I needed her most.

Cheryl Richardson > One Thing To Remember on Christmas

Well, here we are again. It’s Christmas week and the last-minute shoppers are out and about gathering their final presents before the big day of rest. One big day. Seems crazy, doesn’t it?

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