Ms. Understood

I have a deep, innate desire to be known and to know. I’m a connector: I like to connect with people, allow them to connect with me and then connect those people with other people. I’m a sharer. I love to share my feelings, thoughts, fun tidbits. factoids and what ifs all day long…and I […]

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RHS Symptom: Definition Admission

While working on a chapter of my infant of a book the other day, I was writing about how tragically easy it is to define someone by their worst mistake.   I thought about this after Ted Kennedy died.   Hours after he passed, I listened while smug mugs threw around the ‘Chappaquiddick Incident’ like […]

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RHS Symptom: Fear of Measuring Tape

I’m a thirty-(insert hand over the mouth muffled sound here) woman. I am half owner of the cutest house on my block, have always held responsible, respectable jobs since I was sixteen years old, have two adorable pets who I take care of quite nicely (don’t look at my plants), have a leadership position in […]

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RHS Symptom: Job Insecurity

I have a love/hate relationship with meeting new people. I LOVE to meet new people because I genuinely love relationships. The idea of meeting someone, hearing their story, contributing to their life and allowing them to do the same into mine is absolutely fascinating to me. On the flip side, I HATE to meet new […]

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Help, I have RHS!

I have this annoying habit of bouncing my legs up and down when I’m sitting. Most times, I don’t even realize that I’m doing it until the person sitting next to me pops a Dramamine and politely Chuck Norris’ one of my legs to keep it steady. Most days, that’s exactly how my heart feels. […]

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