The art of creating fear

We haven't had cable TV in about a year. It just was an excessive expense with the accident, and the chaos so we cut cable and occasionally rent a redbox or find a movie or documentary at the library. Which means, we don't watch the news. Yes, that's right folks. WE DO NOT WATCH THE… Continue reading The art of creating fear

Yoga and Superheroes

aH homeschooling. Wowzers. Talk about brining your "A" game every day. Being your best, your brightest, your most tuned in. Let's face it, in the corporate world there are days you can skate (particularly higher up the ladder). If you're not feeling well, or hungover, or fighting some personal demon you can close your door… Continue reading Yoga and Superheroes

Perspective and Gratitude, a year later…

One year ago today, I was in a car accident. For the last 365 days my husband has tirelessly supported us in so many ways. He has physically held me up during the never ending dizzy spells, held my hand during a hundred appointments, and paced waiting rooms during a dozen procedures. He managed all… Continue reading Perspective and Gratitude, a year later…

Vulnerability, Perspective, and Metta

Confession - I'm not always all bright and shiny. SHOCKER I know. I try to only post positive, but there is a reality that exists. You know, real life? I love Brene Brown. Do you know Brene Brown? The Queen of Vulnerability. She does this amazing TED talk on the Power of Vulnerability... have you seen… Continue reading Vulnerability, Perspective, and Metta

Falling in Love with Abundance

Today, has been a particularly hard day. I don't think we've had more than 4 hours of sleep a night since the Super Moon started messing with us. Our kids are so sensitive to the moon. Any big moon is sure to send us out of control for a day or two, but this one… Continue reading Falling in Love with Abundance

Methylation, Hope and New Doorways

You know the saying "when god closes one door...he opens another".  I'd be happy if we could just leave one closed for awhile and take a breather. I feel like I'm in back to back marathons. I haven't even been able to sort out top from bottom in order to post... so here goes.  … Continue reading Methylation, Hope and New Doorways

Time Warner Angel

After much debate, prayer, tears, anxiety, and hope... I have decided to ... HOMESCHOOL.What?I totally know. Only crazy people with TONS of energy and a the patience of a real life saint choose to homeschool. I'm mediocre in the patience department not to mention I currently lack full physical and mental capabilities. So why, oh… Continue reading Time Warner Angel

Be the light, find the magic

Sooooooo, I'm nearly at the 11 month mark since the car accident. 11 months. I've spent the 36th year of my life on bedrest, and in hospitals, and in indescribable pain. Wow, what a journey. I've learned some valuable lessons, OK that's the understatement of the century. Each day is hard. It's hard to wake… Continue reading Be the light, find the magic

Outrageously Open

I just finished the most delicious new book.  Outrageous Openness, by Tosha Silver. You must stop everything and pick it up.  Audible or Reader version, either will work for this book, so download it, stop at a bookstore, whatever you must do. I attended the recent Hay House event "I Can Do It, Austin" and… Continue reading Outrageously Open

The Dreamer of Improbable Dreams

Ahhhh, I'm finally back at the keyboard. Long trip.  I try to not write until I can say something positive... like the childhood phrase "if you can't say something nice, don't..." it's like it imprinted! So.  I was having a hard time digging deep. Stopped somewhere along the road at a pitstop called Feeling Sorry… Continue reading The Dreamer of Improbable Dreams