A born and bred Chicagoan, Judy relocated with her family to Southern California in the summer of 2001, because Midwest winters became too hot and sunny. She still misses The Windy City, the Cubs, real deep-dish pizza, and Vienna hot dogs with everything on them, including celery salt and unnaturally, bright green relish.
A Leo and an only child, Judy finds that she’s most happy when writing about herself. She loves museums, seasonal-espresso beverages, British sitcoms and walks in the rain, which sadly, does not fall as often in Orange County.
Judy does not, however, enjoy moonlit walks on the beach because it’s dark, and that makes the sand feel colder and squishier, and you might step on broken seashells with your bare feet and accidentally cut them, or get tangled up in kelp and other scary ocean stuff, especially if you experience night-vision issues, like one or more people who allegedly blog on WordPress. . . Sometimes, Judy write-whines in the form of run-on sentences and refers to herself in the third-person.
If you’re inexplicably compelled to continue perusing this page, Judy wishes to thank you, because this means that you’ve graced her, unwittingly, with an Eckhart Tolle moment, the kind where she just enjoys someone reading her blog. Wait, that’s not an Eckhart Tolle moment. Eckhart Tolle moments are primarily about being in the NOW. Because time is an illusion. But then, wouldn’t that make NOW an illusion?
- Leave It. Change It. Accept It: How Eckhart Tolle Changed My Life (toddlohenry.com)
- Eckhart Tolle (elenaselivan.com)