The Way Out

The Way Out

This isn’t the salty body of water that I prefer, but there is something about a flowing river after a downpour. It’s a formidable wildlife wonder to the ocean when it’s not within reach. I’m not sure why I’m drawn … Continue reading

Missing Mama

Missing Mama

I was accused of being in the water for three hours. I’ve been accused of worse things, but there’s no way I could have because my bladder signals me after about an hour and as much as I would have … Continue reading

A Time Capsule for My Not-So-Far-Into-The-Future Me

A Time Capsule for My Not-So-Far-Into-The-Future Me

Dearest Wanderer, A new time is here. The time to rise and restore the balance on this planet from a deeply beautiful place from within my heart. It’s an ancient wisdom that by design has been concealed for far too … Continue reading

Hubris and Greed, Oh My

Hubris and Greed, Oh My

So much on the breaking news front this week—a scheme of unimaginable boldness and foolhardiness requiring grand bravura risking enormous hubris among other peril. Maybe just maybe a mind or two will expand with all this extreme in-your-face hoopla. It … Continue reading

Hold the Line

Hold the Line

Does anyone else feel like their heart is caught in their throat? Hold the line. Be still but bold. Be anxious for nothing. Let it all play out. Let us pray, meditate, and find wisdom within and lest us not … Continue reading

Moments Preserved

Maybe our latest move is not something to be understood but to be pondered upon…and yes our new entrance stopped me in my tracks to do just that. The sweet sun pierced her rays through our window, an emergence from … Continue reading

The Smell of Sweet Rain

“Not now, I’m busy meditating,” middle bear retorted when I asked him to do something. For a moment I believed he too was under the spell of June Gloom. However, well into July now, it had to be something else … Continue reading

Shark Tank

There are moments in our lives when we are thudded with bumps in the road that are uncontrollable, however, what is manageable is how we allow these challenges to affect us. After all, too many bouts of cortisol peaks to … Continue reading