Walk On

Walk On

“To walk away from someone you care about who cannot meet your needs is one of the bravest acts you can do.” -Jillian Turecki And as much as I had resisted over and over again there is only so much … Continue reading

Something Deep

Something Deep

Don’t be afraid, there is nothing. You are always and forever the deepness.

On Becoming Numb

A mother once told her baby girl, Every time you forgive him, he will love you a little more, but you will stop loving him, so the day he loves you the most you will not feel anything for him … Continue reading

Built to Perform

The key is to not stay in fear of being lost and confused. Pressure is not a bad thing, it’s the power you give it. Pressure is when you don’t feel confident…I may not know how the game may unfold … Continue reading

The Uses of Sorrow

The Uses of Sorrow

(In my sleep I dreamed this poem) Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this, too was a gift.  – Mary Oliver from Thirst (Beacon Press, 2006)

A Touch of Rose

Pourquoi non? Although I’m not skilled in the least with anything to do with makeup, I do on occasion add a touch of rose, a wee bit of an enhancement. Anything I do apply blends into my skin within a … Continue reading

Going, Sun and Summer Fun

Going, Sun and Summer Fun

We’re not concerned with that second prediction on its way, nor the others to come. We play our hand day to day which mostly involves balls. While my oldest prefers a prolate spheroid shape to amuse himself with, the younger … Continue reading

Wind Scraping

Wind Scraping

I’ve been scraping a whole lot of wind lately with this gua sha stone. Gua sha literal meaning is scraping sha bruises; to catch the wind, or catch a cold or fever is to scrape wind. I use this tool … Continue reading