Sunday

And I say to you, I say to you (and what really do I know of these things) I say when your heart says go:go. And when your heart says run:run. And when your heart says stay:stay. Who says you need to play by the rules? Who says there are rules at all? Just small […]

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Around again

Dear First Monday in December, I sure am happy to see you. How did we get so far in the year? This year of so much learning and so much growing. So much for me has changed, even reading back over this blog I can see snapshots of it all in hindsight. The lessons I’ve […]

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Comfort and joy

My god, I am still doing so many things that make me want to put my head in my hands and cry. So many times I jump off the diving board of confused right into the waters of anger and there, for hours. For days. My arms are so tired from swimming in turbulent waters. […]

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Leaving

Today we held hands over your bag which was between us. Both of us were tired, dark circles beneath our eyes; purple with sadness and exhaustion. As we got closer to the airport, we held hands. We didn’t talk. But your grip got tighter and as the airplanes got bigger I could feel you getting […]

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a thought…

I think you need to love yourself well. I think you need to be ok with being alone for the rest of your life because you are awesome and fun. You create a life of abundance and surround yourself correctly with the right people, places and things. No one will complete you, but you. You […]

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triple threat

I have to keep reminding myself: words mean nothing, but action everything. I don’t just mean for other people. For me too. I would like those two things to go hand in hand. I get mixed up in there somewhere. Good intentions, strong words, messy actions. Whats the disconnect there? I need to think about […]

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a little autumn ditty

Red, orange, yellow, green season of color, Be counted; be seen. Ochre, Amber, honey, vert Autumnal muses, Leaves drift as they flirt.

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Blessed be!

Samhain approaches, the veil thins. The moon beckons me closer to her while the harvest begins to yield bounty. Wheat and corn husks rippling in the breeze, apples and pumpkins; as bright as any Christmas ornament catch my eye as I pass their fields. I love the look of hay bales, mums and gourds. I […]

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