Remembering

Remembering

Remember by Joy Harjo from She Had Some Horses Remember the sky that you were born under, know each of the star’s stories. Remember the moon, know who she is. Remember the sun’s birth at dawn, that is the strongest point of time. Remember sundown and the giving away...
bee balm love

bee balm love

  What should I do  If love seizes me?   Start dancing, of course!   Sweep love into your arms and press her to your chest.   When particles of dust [or flowers!] are touched by the sun they spread their arms and start whirling to a music no one...
return to the most human

return to the most human

  Return to the Most Human by May Sarton Return to the most human, nothing less will nourish the torn spirit, the bewildered heart, the angry mind: and from the ultimate duress, pierced with the breath of anguish, speak of love. Return, return to the deep...
Savoring Dave, Chocolate & Summer!

Savoring Dave, Chocolate & Summer!

something different: a little, rhyming summer poem for you! 🙂   Even though we rarely eat sweets, Dave’s 60th needed a treat.     Something summery, simple, and celebratory to follow salmon, salad, memories, and stories.   The family in the...
Practice: Haiku-like Mindfulness Verses

Practice: Haiku-like Mindfulness Verses

One way to nourish yourself in your life, whether you are carrying something difficult with you or just wanting to connect more deeply with yourself, is this practice I learned from Sara Avant Stover on SHE Retreat last year, which we also enjoyed a few weeks ago on...

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