As I walked Gracie this morning, I was delighted to hear the coo of a mourning dove. For me, this is a sure sign that spring is on its way. Only the males sing to attract a partner, and it seems this little guy wants to get a jumpstart on things.
I live with my partner Brian. We entered into this relationship knowing that we are both committed to personal and spiritual growth. So, we fully expect
We learn to do everything one day, one step at a time. When we learn to walk, we try, fall down, and try again. Walking becomes running the more we do it.
Sitting in guided meditation early this morning, the idea of being fascinated surfaced. What if I let myself be fascinated by everything? What if I could see everything from this perspective?
Sometimes, life feels heavy. For me, today is one of those days. I’ve been feeling sad about some things in my life, and joyful about some others, but the sadness is what I need to sit with at the moment.
I’m sitting here, staring at the empty page, wondering what love wants to say to you today. My journal reads, “the words are not bold enough,” and I feel that’s true. Words can’t always express how we feel.
Did you know I have been writing blogs since 2015? One of the first I wrote was this one: Trusting the Process. “Easing into mornings with no routine – more challenging than one might imagine.
As a singer, music has always held a special place in my heart. It’s a powerful force that brings people together and creates a sense of community.
Last night, Brian and I attended a Scottish Burns Night dinner party in honor of the renowned poet and lyricist, Robert Burns.