Looking at the date on my last post, I feel like I’ve been living in the Twilight Zone for a couple of years! But so much has changed… mostly for the better. … More Tilling the Soil
Most of my life I was indifferent to politics. I considered politicians to be people who said what they needed to say to be elected, and then played word games to explain away their failure to keep election promises.
By the time we hit age 25, we have accumulated a lot of… well, “stuff”… in our psyches. Some of it is good, like encouragement and love. Other things are rather stinky… such as hurts, lies, and abuse. But every gardener knows that when starting a garden, a good compost is of real value. Arguably, … More Composting the psyche… layer upon precious layer
Recently I asked two friends, “If I was an animal, which animal do you think it would be? What animal do I remind you of?” The first said, “A lion.” The second, who knows me better, said, “A lioness.” This is far from how I think of myself, but it is exactly how I think … More Lion, lioness… kitten
Here’s the next post in the original Facebook series. The link is http://www.ada.gov/pubs/ada.htm. Another site with which to become familiar is http://www.dol.gov/compliance/laws/comp-fmla.htm for the Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993 (also amended in 2008), which is unpaid leave but can protect your job (and your employer) should you need to miss work due to a mental illness condition.