All In Good Time

As President of the board of our local Unity church, one of my duties is to listen to every one’s complaints. Whether I like it or not, it’s part of the job and often it takes all the strength and faith I have in me to stay calm, centeread more »

Pausing on Palm Sunday

It’s Palm Sunday, 2015. Palm Sunday falls on the Sunday before Easter and commemorates the triumphal entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem.  In many churches, parishioners carry palms representing the palm fronds brandished by followers of Jesusread more »

All That Remains

Sometimes I see an exquisitely landscaped garden by most people’s standards but somehow when I look at it, it just leaves me cold. It has no personality, no depth. It might just as well have been a movie set for all of the authenticity and pread more »


Today there was a total solar eclipse and a new moon on the Vernal equinox.  Individually each event is symbolic of new beginnings.  Everything happening on the same day seems like a giant invitation from the Universe to consciously set some intread more »

The Right Stuff Hot Conversation

I saw a short video the other day that had the most profound effect on me. The video showed a bear in what appeared to be a zoo or an animal park. The bear was sitting on the concrete next to a pool not looking very happy. In fact, the bear’read more »

My Life is Screaming at Me to…

Fall in love with the journey! read more »

Volunteer work

Would love to volunteer in a restaurant, any suggestions? 0 likeread more »

Stuff and Emotional baggage

I wrote a couple of days ago about how I am purging my closets. I was on kind of an emotional high there for awhile. Jettisoning unwanted, unneeded stuff was exhilarating. My closets and drawers for clothes, makeup, linens (yes, I got rid of frayeread more »

A Piece of the Action

The other day I was reading an article on the subject of Earthing. Earthing is, essentially, walking barefoot on the ground. It is thought that when you do this, it  sends electrons through the body, which helps to optimize the immune system, relread more »

Eddy Out

The last time I paddled the Tellico River in Tennessee it was cold and rainy.read more »