Monthly Archives: June 2011

One of my equine friends

This is Dribbles (never let a kid name an animal). Doesn’t he look sweet? He really is a very nice horse, and a pleasure to ride, but apparently he has quite the reputation for being a bully in the pasture … Continue reading

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I think my fridge has become my spiritual advisor!

My dear friend Kim came over the other day with her two young boys and a gift of Godiva chocolates to celebrate my new found freedom.   The boys found my fridge entertaining as it is covered with magnets from … Continue reading

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A list of my travels

Here is a list of the countries / nations / territories that I have visited, I may have forgotten one or two!   I have been on multi-day hiking and biking trips in many of these countries and have ridden a … Continue reading

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…and the real me?

I may have to come back and edit this a few times as this is not a question I ever pose to myself.   Writing this post may be enlightening for me. Ethnicity & Family:  I am first generation American.  My … Continue reading

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Who am I professionally and how did I wind up in this spot?

I don’t think it is important or relevant to know exactly who I am, what specific title I held, or what company I worked for, but here are a few key professional points: I am a native New Yorker and … Continue reading

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My career coach, Charlie

I have a career coach, Charlie, and during our introductory conversation I informed him that I wanted to change my life up, was wide open to do something different, and had no preconceived notions about what that might be.  I … Continue reading

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…and so it begins!

Who says the “gap year” is a 20-something thing?  It’s the middle of my life and I am still young at heart, vital, wide-eyed, and I want a gap-year, too, d*mn it!   What’s more, I just know there are … Continue reading

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