The celebrity crush. It starts early. If you’ve ever walked in on a 3-4 year old watching Elmo or Mr. Rogers, you know what I mean. When I was a munchkin, eating my cereal in front of the Zenith, I was memorized by Axel’s Tree-house. A Minnesota icon in the 50’s and 60’s, Axel was the beginning of every grade-schooler’s morning. Childhood crushes. We’ve … Read More Hey Joe, Where Ya Goin’ With That Gun In Your Hand
I was a young woman in the mid to late 1970’s. A fairly strong gust of liberation had blown through the decade previous. Those of us who embraced it thought that the winds of change were going to make it a better place for us, our mothers, and our future daughters. Then there were the women sitting next to me in Women’s Lit class. They were specifically sent … Read More Glass Shoes Are Not For Tap Dancing
If you only have a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail. Abraham Maslow I could go on a spiel about self-actualization or Maslow’s Hierarchy, but I won’t. That should have been taken care of during your Psych 101 class in your freshman year. What I will say is this; use every tool in your emotional toolbox when confronted with a problem. Try … Read More Quote Me: Don’t Spill The Milk.