Time for the Children

“You’re right. Our children would all be better off if they didn’t have to deal with the problems of their parents.” I’ve had a revealation.  It’s time for a rebirth.  Like for real.  For those of us who are not only feeling the quickening of the collective reality, but who are willing and ready (mostly) Read More …

The Steadfast Pillars in the Storms of Life

She said things that I allowed create an unsafe feeling inside of me.  That is right.  That is my truth.  The things she was saying to me: He doesn’t respect you. You will be judged. [“They’re all gonna laugh at you” – the gym scene from Carrie enters my mind space.] My victories, up until Read More …

What kind of world are we creating?

Emma and Penni were looking through a deck of Healing with the Angels Cards (by Doreen Virtue).  Emma looked at every single one.  At the end of her analysis she isolated 4 cards.  These were the cards she had deemed “inappropriate” and the cards she decided she was going to hold on to.  Three of the Read More …

What I would tell you.

If there was no risk of shaming you, or shaming me, or judgement, or ridicule, or recoil… I would tell you that you are a damn powerful being.  You have the power to heal Anything.  ANY. Thing.  You have the power to create anything.  ANY Thing.  You have always known this.  You have thus far Read More …

Parenting: When you just don’t want to (Part 2)

My last post was about my epiphany around being a stay at home mom.  I don’t want to.  That’s the reality of it.  I do not want to be a full on responsible 24/7 stay at home with the kids mom.  I could.  I have the ability.  I just don’t want to.  There are other things Read More …

How StarWars changed my life

The new year brings with it new resolve to do what is best for us, individually.  In the last few days I have been challenged by important people in my life who “love” me, the status quo, and even myself.  I am no longer interested in playing this game.  You know the one.  The one that tells Read More …

Purple Polish

As she delicately painted purple on my nails with an overly-thick and probably expired nail polish, she looked at me with concern.  I knew what she was thinking.  “Is this okay?”  I took a deep breath and I smiled as I continued to look at her face, her expressions.  I consciously decided that, “yes, this Read More …