Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

It’s essential we get a grip on what’s transpiring; timelines are dynamic and we control the outcomes no matter how hard entities postulate. Everyone’s journey is different even when present in the same place; we experience our surroundings individually and … Continue reading

Smells and Feels Crisp

Smells and Feels Crisp

like a sunny summer afternoon after a thunderstorm. Do you feel it too? Was this why Baby Bear was asking if summer is almost here? After consecutive double-digit days with the sun lodged deep within pregnant clouds, we ran out … Continue reading

The Silent Space

The Silent Space

We carved out a silent space for Middle Bear. Tomorrow we retreat to mostly a virtual week and the sofa wasn’t cutting it any longer. While a bit more serene down here, I am not convinced it will be less … Continue reading

True Balance

True Balance

What if our intentions set forth in the new year and beyond were less about what we could accomplish, but instead to simply be and experience ourselves more deeply? What if we could effortlessly let go of things that no … Continue reading

This Child

This Child

Can you even? If anyone else was out this afternoon they would have absorbed her sun-lit soul and maybe the heaviness from their shoulders would have lifted with her sprightly energy. Our daily exercise of grounding, feeling and simply being … Continue reading

Duck Trails

Duck Trails

Lately, our life is mostly creekside trails and indigenous flora. We followed this feathered flock to this hideout, others followed as well. Together we splashed in muddy waters and weaved between zigzagging stems experiencing the last bit of autumn hues … Continue reading

Peace Out Rainbow Trout

Peace Out Rainbow Trout

Perched on a tree, small acts of peace seem effortless. Heck, anything we do in communion with nature seems that way. Sneak a peek into a different perspective if what you see now seems off balance. Resist the gravitational pull … Continue reading

Bad to the Bone

Bad to the Bone

Not really, he only plays tough with his sister. He’s undeniably soft and bolts back into the house to the plonk of a tumbled acorn. But take it from him and saunter on out there and breathe some fresh air. … Continue reading

Red Carpet

Red Carpet

Forest Bathing

Forest Bathing