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Category Archives: Finding my way
Valentine’s Day Love
Be sure to include yourself on this day dedicated to the ones we love. Continue reading
Posted in As I see it, Finding my way, Health and Well Being, Spirituality, Transitions Tagged Aging with grace, finding our way, humor, life, Love, self-love, taking care of yourself 3 Comments
Life According to Boone
Living the best life is for the dogs. Learn how Boone has mastered living well while still having time for unlimited naps. Continue reading
Living in the In Between
I love fall! Of course, you don’t hear many people professing a dislike of this season. Even those of us who know the bitter north winds of winter, along with ice and snow making passage precarious, is breathing down our … Continue reading
So, this is 70…
Turning 70 is more about attitude than age. Continue reading
Far from a weakness, practicing surrender requires great focus, but also great benefits. Continue reading
What am I planting?
Beauty and blooms bring back memories and bridge past, present and future. But what am I planting that will be left behind for others? Continue reading
Posted in As I see it, Farm Report, Finding my way, Lessons from the Land, Nature, Spirituality Tagged Aging with grace, Blooming, family, farm life, growing where you are, Love, Memories, Nature, Planting 4 Comments
A message from The Team
When I’m writing, or working on any creative project, and it’s going well I frequently disappear and something other than my intentional, thinking mind begins to flow. I attribute all my good ideas to this flow, that I call The … Continue reading
What do you know for sure?
What do I know for sure?
Good question and one that led me to realize I don’t know much for sure. Continue reading
It has never been more important that we understand although personal freedom is a right, I hope your parents, teachers and clergy also taught you, that professing your rights without acknowledging your responsibilities is a reflection of an immature stance of selfishness, ignorance and potential harm.
The Color of Human
Learning just how privileged we are may be the first step to also learning how we can be better allies to our Black brothers and sisters, and all who do not share our beigeness. Continue reading