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It is time for the ritual gathering of Ratatouille ingredients (click for recipe should you care to join in the tradition), so it must mean it’s time for 2017 goals and dreams. Fundraise and work hard to see daughter fulfill her … Continue reading
Slowing down to smell the roses for half a day. For those who know Lake Padden, the trails have been vastly expanded since I knew it 15+ years ago. Well worth a wander.
My goal for Solstice was to soak up the sun and listen to the sea. I walked along a rocky beach until I reached a sandy spot to lie down. Just as I remembered a spiritual teacher asking me to practice … Continue reading
One of my goals for my 24-hour vacation was to practice letting go of things that don’t serve me. To that end, I wrote in the sand some beliefs I wished the tide to carry away. In typical me fashion, I made … Continue reading
Meditation Skipping meditation class I leave the house. My sanctuary awaits, a lawn to mow, winter’s dry branches to cut. Prepared for enlightenment, I slip my camera in my sweatshirt pocket and start pushing. One row done. … Continue reading
Fighting overwhelm with work, I walked a few blocks to meditate, and here is what I saw. What do I do to myself by forgetting to connect often enough with what is around me? The most animated virtual world can … Continue reading