“We Shall See” is a phrase I hear myself, and others, say quite often. Have you ever wondered what it really means? I believe it all depends on the context at the time this phrase is evoked. I find that when I use that phrase it’s because I’m impatient about something and want things to move a little (or a lot) faster than it is at that moment.
Growing up it was never a clear issue as to whether dad or mom initiated an argument. Do you remember your parents ever arguing? Usually my parents argued over work, or money, or something about one of us three sisters. Regardless of what we remember, if we are paying attention there are secrets to aging well for Baby Boomers from our aging parents…
The idea for his story came from Susan Oats at M4B Marketing. She had just written an article about the choices a business should offer their customer. A lightbulb went off as I was writing a comment to her post. We’re always searching for choices. The more choices the better, right?, but is that always best to have a multitude of choices? So, here is my story.
What it means to be dyslexic? That is a very good question. Overcoming a disability of any kind takes strength and courage. When the disability is obvious, it’s immediately apparent and assumed what the challenge is, and what’s required for that individual to overcome that adversity. When it isn’t, such as dyslexia, it presents a […]