women

I have a pair of yoga pants

This is not something intentional. I bought them for my youngest daughter, who plays tennis and who's been freezing during matches because it's still April. Photo by Maksim Goncharenok on Pexels.com When she put them on, the broad band that is indicative of this style of clothing flapped and gapped over her flat tum. "You… Continue reading I have a pair of yoga pants

community, spiritual life, women

A tiny dose of perspective

While I was interviewing nuns ranging from age 45 to 101 for this piece, I was intrigued. I am not a Roman Catholic, but I discovered that church ladies are church ladies. We all kind of look, think and behave alike. Seriously. 🙂 Today's Weelunk magazine post takes a look at a community of nuns… Continue reading A tiny dose of perspective

family life, women

Respecting the dress

“Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.” Charles Eames, industrial designer In its first life, the dress went to a summer dance on the shores of Lake Michigan in 1963. Not long after, it traveled with the teen girl who delighted in it to Appalachia -- to a small city hugged by low,… Continue reading Respecting the dress

spiritual life, women

Be careful what you wish

“We think we know what we want, but we can never really know until we've got it. And sometimes when we have, we discover we never really wanted it in the first place - but then it's too late." Alexandra Potter, British novelist Walking past a computer where a daughter was checking out another Sims… Continue reading Be careful what you wish