So, here’s to the cicadas … buzz on, children, buzz on.
Not fully recharged … but getting there.
I began reflecting and thinking about a lot in my life in this past year and in years past.
Two simple lessons from the masters of efficiency, my beloved birds.
… I’m going to make a deliberate effort to stay close to my fishermen …
I am a collection of blessings.
Oh, to be free to fly away.
I’m so excited to tell you my essay, Looking for Papi, is published in the December 1 issue of midnight & indigo! Available on Amazon.
It is enough to observe and to be awed.
Sometimes things unspoken are the loudest things being said.
Thank you, Chadwick Boseman.
Let’s invest our energy in the good stuff and celebrate what comes of that.
It’s my time – maybe yours too – to take flight and to join the songbirds.
Let The Family Rest in Peace Too in 5 (Seemingly) Easy Steps
… I have to log in to a machine or an app to see my friends.
Really, God? Really, Universe? Really?
… the guise of mindfulness, surrounded by “woke” people who hold everything in light and in love. #hardeyeroll
The doctor said it was a little unusual, but not rare, for this to happen …
I promise you I will spend many of the rest of my words figuring out why and learning to own this …
It is Aidan’s differences that make him unique and special.
Last week, I was blessed with two incredible experiences on public transit on my way to work.
I have done a number of impossible things.
In rebellion, a young Judy Garland jumped in to a swimming pool on set … hair did, nails did, everything did. Fully clothed.
These pens have taught me to write in a different way.
Why am I the landfill?
… the more I don’t celebrate my own body, obsessing over what I need to do and not do, for, about, with my body, the more …
Ultimately, it always come back to accepting one of the basic tenets of the universe, of our lives, and our lives here with each other …
Where have I been all my life?
I went to a Silent Retreat … and this is what happened.
This month, I am so honored to share with you the best gift I’ve ever received …
And. Why? And. Why? And. Why?
I never thought I’d be afraid to succeed.
I need to respect my experience at the wheel and adjust my driving.