I write a lot about water lately, and my therapist thinks that means something, but sometimes I just […]
I’m going for 30 posts anyway. I like to push myself.
At the doctor’s last week, he said I needed to stop pushing myself. That I need to do literally one thing at a time.
Once, I read a fairy tale about a man who could swallow the sea. His brothers were gifted with equally unbelievable talents, but I was fixated on him– the man who drank down a world of water so they could walk across.
Don’t take my fire: the ancestral flame that sheds so much light on bloodshed that we all can […]
This was originally posted on the beautiful Beth Ann’s blog, It’s Just Life. I wanted to re-post it […]
Some things stay still, and others move forward, and all things do both. Listen to the little flower […]
I speak quickly. Too quickly. I have to repeat myself a zillion times a day. I am an […]
This book is a gentle call to happiness in a time of healing, and a reminder that — […]
I never know the things I write before I write them, but it’d be a lie to say […]
In November of 2010, I was living in a quiet town in Orange County with my husband, Dave, […]
I almost shut down my blog yesterday, on a whim. I logged in, pushed the new post button […]