I was thinking...

The cage is open

The lovely, sincere, and oh so talented Melody Ross taught me how to clean out and protect my soul house, identify and live my truths, to just do it anyway, as I painted and mod podged myself to a peaceful place in Soul Restoration 1 in January.


She taught me how to write my mission statement, set my goals, and make decisions so that I am always living in alignment with what is the most important...

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The cage is open

The lovely, sincere, and oh so talented Melody Ross taught me how to clean out and protect my soul house, identify and live my truths, to just do it anyway, as I painted and mod podged myself to a peaceful place in Soul Restoration 1 in January.


She taught me how to write my mission statement, set my goals, and make decisions so that I am always living in alignment with what is the most important...

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The air up there.

So… Here I am… It is me… I am the one… The horrible, neglectful and shameful Working Mother. I have been her for about 9 years now. The one who chose to go to college, have a career, and then actually have the audacity to see it through after I gave birth to my children… That is me, I am her… Go on, get your judgments all lined up, ready to fire out and pass on at the first available opportunity…...

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Is that all you have to offer?

Today I feel very frustrated. I guess you hear stories here and there, that make you think, “oh that’s awful” or “jeeze that’s really sad”, but it is not until you have to live it, that it makes you really stand up and want to scream at the top of your lungs… (I know my story is not as tragic as some, and for that I do feel very fortunate.)

…See, while on vacation in January, my Mom fell and broke...

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How do you say Good-bye?

For the pet lovers out there…

Yesterday was a very sad day for my family. My parents lost their beloved cat, Sid. Now, I am very surprised at my reaction to this. I am a Mom, and when I had kids, a cat to me, became … well… just a cat. I never dreamed that Sid’s death would make me so incredibly sad…

Sid has lived a life most of us could only dream of. I bought him for my parents in 1997 during...

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