Instagram

Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash So, I haven't ben on Instagram much for months now. I post random things, usually if I feel the need to post a picture so I can use it here on this blog. I am no longer on Facebook. I deleted my account for the final time. I have no plans and …

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Feeding The Birds

photo unsplash.com Have you ever seen a bird that looks like the one in the picture above? It's called a house finch. We feed the birds, year round, at our house. It gives the cats something to watch--other than the rabbits, the squirrels, random dogs, possums, and racoons. Plus, it keeps our cats away from …

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What Happened In May?

photo unsplash.com May flew by...how was your May? I had some ups -- and a lot of downs. I spent time with my doctor in her office, or at least her assistant, whom I adore. I spent even more time in the emergency room. I spent days and days...and days...crashed out in my chair, recuperating, …

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Staying In The Step I Am In

photo unsplash.com It's Camp Nano this month. Well, ok, the month is nearly over, and so is this Camp, but the point is that Camp Nano was my jump-off point this season. I am working on my novel, my first full-term fully-embodied fiction novel. Not a piece of non-fiction. Not a coaching piece. Not a …

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From The Vault: Thinking Of Working With Me?

photo unsplash.com Are you thinking of working with me? Keep a few things in mind:*You must be willing to actually do the work, to dig in and dig deep, and to face every fear and every thing that comes up.  I will be there to help you, but the bulk of the work is on …

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April Fool’s Day

collage created via canva.com I know. April 1st is about jokes and pranks. However, this year, when I heard April Fool's...what I heard was April's Fool...and my first thought went to the Tarot. In the traditional Tarot (think Rider-Waite style decks), the Fool represents new beginnings, faith in the future, and not knowing what to …

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Well, There Goes All My Canvas

photo unsplash.com So, my youngest is eight years old. He can be absolutely full of the gimmes and the I-wants. If you have kids, you know what I mean. Every time he starts asking for something, or more of something, or something else, or whatever his fascination is that moment ... I tell him (what …

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Finding Old Unfinished Art Journal Projects

photo unsplash.com We have been doing some cleaning...not spring cleaning, but that deep down cleaning that comes when one's health (mine, in particular) improves enough to be able to accomplish more than one had in the past (within reason, again due to health issues) and as someone has recently moved out (mostly) we can now …

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Learning To Trust The Magic

photo unsplash.com In one of my subscriptions boxes this month (one day i will tell you which ones I receive and why I have chosen to buy these particular boxes on a regular basis) I received a small card with a simple bracelet wrapped around it. On this bracelet hung a pineapple charm. The gist …

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