“…life goes on, long after the thrill of living is gone”— John Mellencamp As I age, I find that I’ve stopped nurturing my sense of wonder. On the surface, everything seems commonplace as I navigate work, errands, exercise and responsibilities. But I’m not present. I’m not observant. And, when it’s at its worst, I stop [...]
Thank you to Colleen, Darla, Becky, Karen and Marlene for sharing their experiences. I’ve edited for clarity only. Manipulating the physical Colleen and the musical snow globe My grandmother died in November, 2007. A couple of weeks before Christmas, one of our musical snow globes started playing at 2 a.m. full blast. It played, "We [...]
Due to a contagious virus, Kathleen will not be able to attend A to Zen's Local Authors' Extravaganza on Saturday. Sorry for the inconvenience.
“A Local Author Extravaganza,” hosted by Carson City’s A to Zen, presents more than a dozen area authors as well as local artists. This free event will be held on Sat., November 14 from noon to 6 p.m. at A to Zen, 1803 North Carson Street. Kathleen Berry will be one of the featured speakers, giving [...]
The recent deaths of two people I knew many years ago hit me much harder than I would’ve expected. And, the reason it did, was that even though they’d only been in my life for six months, they provided me with valuable guidance and friendship during a difficult time. These people had left an indelible [...]