Easy Does It

I think of our nest as a living organism essential for our enjoyment and growth. Keeping it fresh with little touches like these chairs…finally I was brave enough to stage furniture on the balcony since baby bear is developing a … Continue reading

Sheepishly Adorned

Legends say that hummingbirds float free of time, carrying our hopes for love, joy and celebration. I can say the same about baby bear, her omnipresent smile reminds me that life is rich and beauty is everywhere. When her brothers … Continue reading

Some days

Some days

your feet are not planted on the ground; some days they dangle in mid-air without the encumbered responsibility of transporting you from one place to another. Ahhh…the swing, an invention we take for granted, if only we had access to … Continue reading

Mixed Company

For some of us it feels a bit uncomfortable…others thrive on the idea of sharing their time with others not like them. I often lean toward mixed company or eccentric crowds but also a variety of textures in my nest. … Continue reading

A Celebrity on Its Own

I am mad about settees—I can think of at least three locations for some bad-ass ones in my current nest, although it’s not a priority to glamify my nest right now…all I’m asking for is simplicity, order and cleanliness and … Continue reading

The Nest of All Nests

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I can’t remember the last time I stepped foot into “The House” God’s House…the nest of all nests. I have sojourned to a fair share of grand cathedrals and temples as well as the Great Ayia Sofia, but the last … Continue reading

The Night belongs to Poets and Mad Men with…

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Mustachios. My son loves to say the word mustachio. I don’t even think he knows the word in English thanks to his wonderful Maestra. I have to agree it has a better ring to it than plain old mustache. (Something … Continue reading

Creating a Meditative Space Will Free Your Mind

April hit me hard, the news of a beloved uncle passing away, my son’s diagnosis of pneumonia and after three visits to my doctor and lots of probing and scraping, I received the doctor’s call—not good news of course. I … Continue reading