Evidence of Flossing

If you know me at all, you know that my heart weaves a tapestry of poetry as I navigate life. Nothing thrills me more than connecting with poetic voices.  Please allow me to introduce you to Jen Payne, poet extraordinaire, whose new book Evidence of Flossing What We Leave Behind has launched. Not only will... Continue Reading →

Always Writing

I've been away but one thing you know, I am always writing. November was NaNoWriMo and, since the first of November, I've completed a novel, done its edits and sent it of to my wonderful Beta Readers. Of course, once it returns, there will be editing and possibly even rewrites to do. That's how it... Continue Reading →

Here You Are

Here you are, just as I needed you. You asked the question that made me ponder an old truth in a new way. You walked with me and skipped along the path with me as we gathered pearls of wisdom together. Here you are just as I need you friend stranger fellow traveler unexpected guest.... Continue Reading →

I choose the path of the heart

To be conscious; to be fully engaged in the moment, this moment.  This is the cry from my heart.  To live from the heart, not refusing to acknowledge the head, acknowledging its help and necessity yet not allowing the head to rule. The lure of passivity, of numbness, of allowing the necessities of living to... Continue Reading →

What is it you want?

About fifteen years ago, I was at a place in my journey where I realized “I don’t want to live this life anymore” and that thought eventually became a decision and a choice.  I left behind the life I had been living and moved into the unknown.  It’s one thing to become aware that the... Continue Reading →

This I Know

This I know Life is nothing but change people you thought would be here forever leave or die Great ideas turn to ashes Dreams remain just that dreams This I know Mystics see what others dare not even imagine Science reveals that which we have always known to be true except when in the hands... Continue Reading →

A Wise Woman’s Words

There is a brokenness .. out of which comes the unbroken .. A shattered-ness .. out of which blooms the unshatterable.. There is a sorrow beyond grief.. which leads to joy .. and a fragility out of whose depths.. emerges strength .. There is a hollow space too vast for words.. through which we pass... Continue Reading →

“I have a voice”

“I have a voice” says King George VI in one of the pivotal moments of   the movie, The King’s Speech.   Finding one’s voice is imperative to living a whole, balanced and meaningful life.  Many of us, however, have grown up silenced.  How often have you heard or been told: ~ lower your voice ~ you... Continue Reading →

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