I heard someone say, “Where are all the grandmothers?” I had to laugh when I heard this because most of the grandmothers I know look like their daughters; with clothes […]
We all start out as infants. No matter what we accomplish, in the beginning we’re gripped with fear of the unknown, then relieved as time passes, and encouraged as our confidence builds and we grow self-assured.
When I go to the gym, I work on parts of my body that do not appreciate gravity. I exercise arms that continue to flap long after I’ve stopped waving. I bend to touch my toes with a spine that verbally cries out sounds of cracks and crumbles.