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Ladies’ Night In was last night. Each month, I invite a few female friends to get together and chat at my home. In October, we had a bonfire. November was busy and I was out of town more than I was in (or so it seemed), so we skipped November. December’s Ladies’ Night In was a bust. Only two ... Read more

It Always Works Out

Travel days can be challenging if you choose them to be. Or things can work out. One day last spring, I could have moaned and groaned about everything, but I just kept silently repeating, “It always works out for me. I don’t have to know how. It just does.” And it did. Here is how the travel experience went: When ... Read more

The Gift of Possibilities

What do windows, libraries, file cabinets, paintings and picture books all have in common? Depending on who was teaching, these are all methods to create a visualization or feeling to allow you to pull it into your reality. It is a simple question. Where is the window, book, file, or picture where (what you want) is located?  You don’t have ... Read more

Intention, Play and Let Go

The day didn’t start out so well, but it sure got better.  I opened my eyes, checked my head and noted that the headache was gone.  Then I turned over.  I was wrong.  The headache was back with a vengeance.  But luckily, (more…) Read more


I have just had the most amazing week in Tucson, Arizona participating in a healing retreat with Integrative Touch for Kids (ITK).  The purpose of this great organization is to provide a healing environment for special needs kids and their families.  This year, there were seven families and over 150 volunteers. This sounds like a lot -- and it ... Read more