Category Archives: Sobriety

Grateful Right Now

As an early member of the Baby Boomer generation, I took pride in dreaming big.  I was preoccupied with a yet unborn future and found it easy to escape into the dream world of my longings. I remember Robert Kennedy sharing these words from George Bernard Shaw at a rally at the University of Washington six weeks before his assassination: “You see things; and you say, ‘Why?’ But … Continue reading Grateful Right Now »

I Am Enough (by Eileen)

I saw a funny graphic once titled “Average Day for a Musician.”  Three-quarters of the pie chart was labeled “Crippling self-doubt.”  It was certainly hilarious, but I wish this wasn’t so true.  Recently I was privileged to once again perform at a dance at a large convention and was treated like a rock star.  Less than two days later I was wallowing in that crippling … Continue reading I Am Enough (by Eileen) »