Someone could get to thinking that I have fallen out of the writing habit, given that it’s been a while between posts. Not the case. Every day I do some kind of writing: content for websites at work, documents for organizations I volunteer with, or simple journaling for myself. Those words end up in the […]
Where I live the pouring rain of dreary spring lingers still. I hope that where you are the sun of coming summer is shining.
With the guidance of JC Sulzenko, I crafted a found poem. Read the poem and find a poem for yourself.
In a miraculous way, he opened himself up to become a channel for story. He surrendered to it. Story unfolded through him, complete and beautiful from beginning to end. And when he started to think, he stopped.
This is a day to be Public, Intentional and Explicit allies of LGBTQ2SIA+ people. There is no end and no repeating pattern to people. Let’s affirm that. Let’s celebrate that by eating pie!
Love this idea. It’s exactly what I need today, every day.
I just did it now – my son brought home chocolate from Iceland – delicious, there’s a red squirrel bopping around my back yard, and the morning light is shining on the picture of my grandmother. Ahhhh . . .
Perfect post! I just launched another blog post today and breathed a sigh of relief that I had no glitches with sending my newsletter. Soon I’ll prepare breakfast and write more in my gratitude book, a habit I hope never, ever to break. 😀
A gratitude book is an excellent idea. It is a great way to lift spirits when we’re feeling down.
Thanks for that! I was rushing with making dinner, baking some cookies, hanging clothes from the dryer, and reading blogs! I just took three breaths. I feel SO much better. xo
Oh, I am glad that was helpful ❤️
This post is a good reminder of the importance of taking the time to recenter and recharge.
Aw I love this post 💕
Thank you so much. I hope you found beauty, reassurance or inspiration around you.