Yesterday, I did something that some folks might consider radical. I threw my scale away. And watched as the garbage truck drove away. You see, ever since I stepped onto the scale at my nutritionist’s office a week and a half ago and learned that I was eleven pounds lighter, I’ve been noticing something about [...]
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The kids and I went to the carwash this morning, armed with a baggie of quarters. As I had assumed it would be, the giant, extra powerful vacuum cleaner was a hoot for them, and before I knew it, my car looked brand new (well, okay, that’s a stretch, but it looks pretty darn fantastic, [...]
I was just driving home from a marvelous morning at the lake with the kids, where sweet, old Dr. Wilson invited the kids to help pick and count flowers with him, and where we were greeted by a family of Canada geese, almost unrecognizable since the last time we were there since the babies had [...]
I’m just now coming back from a two week offline painting/dreaming/savoring retreat as a jumpstart to the summer… days of laying in the hammock with my doogle, writing in my journal, cooking and experimenting with food, gardening, spontaneous bicycle rides, and painting galore showed me the way back to my heart…. Here are some things [...]
“There is always purpose in being, But not always being in purpose.” ~Mark Nepo I’ve noticed that over the last few years of birthing my visions, this time of year routinely gets a little sticky for me. I think it might have a little to do with spring fever and a LOT to do with [...]