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extraordinary people


By On November 16, 2015

Doughnut passed peacefully last night at home, in our arms. She was just shy of her 12th birthday. She leaves behind Jake, who we believe is around 9 or 10 years old.… Read More

extraordinary people

That spot in time

By On March 8, 2015

The night you threw me down in the wet grass And kissed me in the summer rain The sound of the train tracks Pounding my heart alive A profusion of colors in… Read More

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I am her mother

By On June 20, 2014

At dusk, I laid on the Earth My side body feeling the moisture left behind Resting the side of my heavy head On the side of her heavy heart I listened to… Read More


Light of light, Part II

By On May 13, 2014

ॐ about a 5 minute read ॐ This post follows Light of light, Part I Love      St. John of the Cross said, “We live in what we love.” Think in the… Read More


The road to comfort is crowded

By On January 6, 2014

I went to the Secret Life of Walter Mitty, thought hard about my secret life My eyes flooded with tears during scenes in Greenland, Iceland, the Himalayas, and again at the end—… Read More

my work

Write to meet their needs, read to meet yours

By On July 20, 2013

Maybe you can relate. My writing stems from two very different predicaments. Both of which, can result in pages upon pages, tracking my own personal history, thoughts and realizations—often left behind on… Read More


A man’s best friend, these two are really just best friends

By On May 30, 2013

Our precious Doughnut (the yellow lab, age 9) has recently undergone a large (grapefruit size) lipoma removal surgery. She’s practically back to new! Jake, on the other hand (the black lab mut,… Read More

extraordinary people

Living in balance

By On May 21, 2013

While in Saint Martin/Sint Maarten this spring, I finished a book by Osho called Awareness. I learned so much from the book. I highly recommend the read. I did manage to question… Read More