Of all the moves I’ve made since 2009, I think this one has special meaning. The move from Indiana to California had to do with feeling unsatisfied in various areas of my life and wanting a change. For close to a year, I planned and prepared as best I could and after enduring some bumps,… Continue reading Texas? Texas!
Sorting. Stacking. And saying “Good-bye” Tossing. Throwing. And questioning why it’s hard to say “Good-bye” Photo by Maude Frédérique Lavoie on Unsplash I desire to be free from: Fear. Worry. Doubt. Anger. Regret. Hurts. Excess. Negative thoughts and memories. Making room for: Love. Peace. Joy. Community. Health. Healing. A life I love living. Photo by… Continue reading From Excess to Abundance
I’m at the age when I see less and more My eyes squint for different reasons because My focus is clearer and less cloudy I’m at the age where my time is shorter and yet more valuable It’s redeemable and yet well spent Time to be redeemed, and energy and space Photo by Eye for… Continue reading I’m at the Age When…
Dear 30-year-old Me, Cherish the time you spend with that little girl and don’t become upset if your memories are different from hers. Let her know she is loved and valued and only responsible for her feelings and herself. As you watch her mature, know that she is developing into who she needs to be… Continue reading Dear 30-Year-Old Me
“W” is for Womb My first exposure to the connection between the womb and mood was when my mother was pregnant with my youngest brother. My sister had been born twenty-two months prior. For the first year or so, my sister would easily cry and was only comforted by our mother. She didn’t want to… Continue reading “W” is for Whole, Wonderful Womb
If you’re familiar with the biblical story of Ruth, you probably know of the happy ending that involved Ruth and Boaz marrying and becoming a part of the lineage of Jesus Christ. In case you aren’t so acquainted, here are the Cliff Notes, my version that is… There was a woman named Naomi who had… Continue reading Call Me Naomi