Thank you everyone for the blessings and wonderful wishes for Tom and Lindsay's wedding. It was better than I could have imagined,... in every way (and I will be posting a picture when I get them). Possibly every family has a couple of members who are not easy around each other, and I am no… Continue reading New beginnings
Last week I pulled a comfy, old, cat-scratched chair outside, and put it on my tiny porch. Having it there makes opening the door a challenge, but this isn't the door that we use most of the time anyway. After I make coffee and feed the cats, I come out here with my cup of… Continue reading Something truly human: choosing love
Have you ever just known that something was right? Even when it didn't make sense? Even when there was no way that it was possible? And have you ever held your belief anyway; persistently turning away from those voices of doubt and reason (the voices that were really in your own mind, but seemed to… Continue reading The open door of intuition: The Spirit of Truth
A friend just sent me this video commercial for Evian water. If you need a smile then I suggest you watch it. Have a wonderful day! http://www.youtube.com/v/pfxB5ut-KTs "The happiness of life is made up of minute fractions--the little, soon forgotten charities of a kiss or a smile, a kind look or heartfelt compliment." Samuel Taylor Coleridge… Continue reading need a smile?
For a while, I've had the feeling that something was about to pop in my life; like I was on the edge of a new discovery. Over the past few days, I've seen so many straws (literally) on my morning runs, that I had to look up the origin and deeper meaning of the word.… Continue reading Opening our hearts to receive….
A few months ago, someone told me that they found me difficult to be around, and I could feel that this was true. She always did seem to be tense when we got together, and even though we'd known each other for years, she hadn't ever said this before. I also felt a sense of… Continue reading Blessed clarity
I had the interesting experience yesterday of hearing two people (one on T.V. and the other in person) use sarcasm to make a point. In both cases, it was clear that the person talking felt superior, or better than, the one they were talking about. They were trying to show that they knew more, and… Continue reading An end to sarcasm