Peruse at will various books and other publications for more information about developing strong resilient character traits to navigate life’s journeys with grace and aplumb!

Rounding the Curves looks like a quick read. Don’t be fooled by it’s size! The feedback I’ve gotten are things like:

I feel like you are sitting next to me on my couch sharing stories while we sip hot chocolate. Piper, CA

I thought your book would be a quick read but it was not! I didn’t know about your life and that was hard to read, but it made me think about my life and what I’ve done with the last 50 years, and what I’m going to do with the rest of it… Roger WA

Falling Rocks is in process and more of the same as Rounding the Curves with a focus on raising kids. You may see yourself in this book. I hope you do and it makes you feel not so alone in your life challenges, with or without kids in your life.

Life isn’t a picnic. It’s full of surprises and shocks and getting blindsided and how you navigate those and what you learn along the way is what makes up into the people we are. If you do life correctly, we gain wisdom and get better at it! I’d prefer to dust myself off, learn a damn lesson and move forward over whining, slipping easily into victim mode then serving as a great example of what NOT to do! It’s a choice. Every single time something untoward happens… how and what we choose to do about it.

I prefer not to feel overwhelmed. Just whelmed, yet not overly so…

I hope you find answers and inspiration here! It’s my intent in sharing… ;D