In December, I attended an art show of a new friend*. His lakeside gallery was filled with beautiful watercolors, silk banners, stone lithographs and more. In a small sun-filled corner was his […]
The morning started with me picking up my father’s ashes. By the evening I am miles away standing and watching a storm brew over the ocean.
33, 34, 35, 36…
It is my thirty-third day walking through these doors at the nursing home. The weather is quite warm and I’m desperate for cool, but there is little relief inside.
It’s been six months since my parents both died, eleven days apart. Sometimes it feels like six years, sometimes it feels like six days. Several friends have contacted me this week to […]
This is an article I wrote which originally appeared in April 2018 on The Restore Movement website (http://www.therestoremovement.com/) I press the accelerator and pull away from the shallow water, leaving the shore […]
For three long years I have been performing a balancing act on the ledge of indecision. Up for grabs was whether the passion that had provided the momentum for my life’s purpose […]
For 25 years I have been part of a singing ensemble. Different members have come and gone but the group has continued on in one form or another and I have remained […]