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Here we go again

March 21, 2018

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So the annoying pains on the bottom of my feet turned out to be a bigger deal than I had hoped. I had surgery last Friday to remove a large neuroma (nerve growth) on the bottom of my right foot. I also had two large cysts removed, one from my right foot and one from […]

Tips for watching the Super Bowl

February 7, 2018

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Blah, blah, blah. I don’t like football. There is just something very weird about 300 pound men jumping on top of each other. And for this they get paid millions of dollars a year! I just don’t get it. This dates back to my junior high days when I was a cheerleader. We had a […]

What is possible

January 24, 2018

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So my foot pains have not gone away; they have gotten worse. I went to the doctor and he decided to give me a cortisone shot to help with the pain. Well, ouch – the shots made my foot feel as though it was on fire. Not exactly conducive to walking and an active life […]

Running for the train

December 20, 2017

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I had a my Harvard project team meeting in Cambridge. I love these days! I take the commuter train into Boston and then I walk to Harvard Square. I always say I get my city fix this way. I walk through Beacon Hill, Kendall Square, Central Square and Harvard Square. We had a lot to […]

Little things can make a BIG difference

December 13, 2017

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With the shorter days, I find it a lot easier to fit in my meditation practice. One of my meditation teachers gently tells us to, “Stop wanting things to be different. Be content with things just the way they are.” We all want something in our lives to be different; if only I had more […]

Hidden Boston – Bay Village

November 8, 2017

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Boston is such a great city for walking. A few weeks ago, a dear friend took me for a walking tour of Bay Village in Boston. Bay Village is the smallest officially recognized neighborhood in Boston and is home to about 1300 residents. It is near Back Bay and the architecture is very similar to […]

A local walk in the woods

October 25, 2017

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Even though I live in a suburban, built-up area, I can still find nice, natural places to walk.  One such place is the campus at Wellesley College, specifically around their Lake Waban. It was a glorious fall day last week and I wanted to take advantage of this nice weather.  Here are some of the […]