4 Friday Favs

Sitting on the porch at sunrise before beginning to write, I realize how long this list has become, each item seemingly valuable, worth sharing & considering. I'm guessing that since I'm traveling and because routines are new, people are new, everything I'm seeing is new, stands to reason there might be lots of new thoughts bubbling around. Anyway, it's taken some effort to condense the list to just 4 things but sometimes less is more, right? Or at least that's what is said! 1 Things I'm considering : this is said to be a gypsy quote - "le duy vas xalaven pe" which translates to "the hands wash each other" meaning, that we are all connected. (From the book The Magic Strings of Frankie Pre

4 Friday Favs

Here's what's been spinning around in my head this past week as I get ready to leave for a few weeks in Mexico. 1. ”Surrender to what is. Say 'yes' to life, and see how life suddenly starts working for you rather than against you."—Eckhart Tolle 2. I woke up this morning, and the first thing that popped into my mind was Mr. Rogers “It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood" - This wasn’t the first time that song woke up with me either! 3. Speaking of waking up, after a couple rounds of Mr. Roger’s song, I got up. It was almost 6 AM. It’s said that the way you begin your day has a lot to do with how the rest of how it will unfold. Interviews with many successful people in their fields, rev

How Sweet It Is!

Two people who embody the best of what a supportive and loving relationship can look like some 11+ years in! SWEEEETness plus. HAPPY VALENTINE'S to all those out there who are celebrating the bigness & brilliance of Love (and that really OUGHT to be all of us regardless of the type of relationship we're in!) So here's to you! . . . Kale & Kyra Ka'alekahi Maui, Hawaii Image by MAKA

4 Friday Favs

Today as you glance in the mirror or notice yourself in the window as you pass, stop and take a moment to see beyond your eyes and face. Peer into your own heart and recognize that brilliant something, that resides there, and believe in the existence of the extraordinary in yourself!. I’m considering my next painting. My art work has long been focused on the natural world, magnifying the beauty that I see. But this last year, increasingly, what comes knocking at my door is artwork that represents the inner journey, the transformation of emotions and the opening to the Sacred. The metaphor of a bridge comes up repeatedly, in conversation, in my creative musings, in paintings. Working with cli

Lean In

Lean into every encounter with somebody else, no matter how fleeting, expecting miracles and possibility! ~ Josh Waitzkin Painting by Chante Glover

4 Friday Musings

1. Spent a bit of time up on the ridge of the mountains here, which are around 3500 feet. There’s lots of manzanita, chaparral, and the earth is made of shale and rock. Because we’ve finally had rain this past month, there are little creeks with water gently running. It’s 30 minutes to town, to all the busy-ness of community but you feel like you’re on a different planet. There were goats… funny characters who’d been bottle fed from an early age and thought they were sort of related to dogs, specifically lap dogs. When was the last time you took off and spent time in nature? This was a question I was asking myself. It’s been a while but the second I got out of the car, the smells seduced me

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