Things That Matter

Things That Matter

Memories – When I recall memories of my youth, thankfully there are more friends than activities. And even more gratitude arises as I contemplate that those good friends are still a part of my life. My memories also include those wonderful times spent with my...
What’s right?

What’s right?

Last July I introduced you to a book by Pamela Grout, E2, where we talked about tapping in to the Universe and the possibilities of making miracles happen. Today I would like to come back to that book and share with you some of the closing thoughts that summarize the...
Sacred Space, Sacred Days

Sacred Space, Sacred Days

In the last few days, the Universe has brought this to my attention in several ways – that we need, yes, NEED, to have at least one day a week that is our sacred space. One author called it “untouchable days”. Depending on your personal beliefs these...
An Archaeological Dig

An Archaeological Dig

Maybe it goes along with spring cleaning, but I seem to be finding myself beginning what might be called an archaeological dig. Room by room, going through closets and boxes of what was once considered treasures that have been buried over the years. Excavating is not...
A Time for Growth

A Time for Growth

As spring approaches we start to see signs of new life all around us, and so perhaps we need to also take a look inside to our own growth. Here are some quotes to contemplate how we view growth. “A rose only becomes beautiful and blesses others when it opens up...
Early Spring

Early Spring

While spring doesn’t officially start until March 21, I saw a photo from a friend of daffodils blooming and I just couldn’t wait another week to share this again. There is a special energy that comes with spring and for me it is accentuated by a number of...
Light the Candles

Light the Candles

Perhaps it is a gift of age that you come to realize that you can’t keep saving the good stuff for later, although sometimes life can bring you that awareness in other ways in your younger years. Either way it is a revelation that we all should heed. We tend to...
The Joys of Childhood

The Joys of Childhood

As a grandparent, I have the privilege of seeing my grandchildren grow up and am reminded of the simple joys of childhood. So, today I am compiling a list of as many things I can think of where I can remember those times from my childhood, sharing them with my...
Between Yesterday and Tomorrow

Between Yesterday and Tomorrow

When our lives start to seem out of control, it is often because we are looking in the wrong direction. We start to look at the past and question where we should have made a different decision. Or we start looking at the future and how it will be changed because of...