Looking out into the garden at this banana tree I saw leaves reflecting growth, decay and death. We can learn so much from nature. There is beauty in all stages - all stages necessary.
Today I was thinking about how many good ideas are shared using social media platforms. I've seen people make great suggestions, say things that provoke...agitate...and then those ideas die because no one is acting ON them. We need to focus on our actions. I know you are afraid to take action. I am too! It's … Continue reading We Need to Have a Bias for ACTION!
Haven't been in this space for a while! Writing today, and oh - what joy! Sunday groove...red wine...words flowing...BLISS! Melba Moore, The Other Side of the Rainbow, playing in the background... Now someone will try to bring you down They'll say dreams are for those who sleep Oh, but dreamers possess Great powers untold They … Continue reading Doing Sunday Write
I am learning more and more how important it is to trust that you will be provided for. When I was probably ten years old, I was asked to read this famous passage on a show that was celebrating Easter. Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow. They don't toil, neither do they spin. Two verses earlier … Continue reading Gratitude
Natural gardeners, we've always had flowering plants and have always planted food. My grandmother loved this plant - the old maid. Not sure where that name came from, if anyone knows please tell me. I feel like renaming the plant after her - Granny Ivy. ❤ Common name: Madagascar Periwinkle, Rose Periwinkle, Old Maid, Chula, Chatas, … Continue reading My Granny
Fuzzy greets me with a downward dog pose most mornings. Dogs know what's best...a nice long stretch...right after waking up. yoga.lovetoknow.com tells us ... The spiritual implication behind the pose lies in the act of a combined stretch with a moment in which the yogi turns inward. Simultaneously connecting to your center while stretching your body … Continue reading Downward Dog
This is our dog Chaddy.