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Tuesday’s Instructions

The morning wakes me before the alarm. Eyes open, the bluebird sky fills the windows. My body exhales and a smile forms under my ribcage. Winter sun. A welcome sight after the cold gray steel of yesterday. Warm socks. Hot coffee. My favorite chair in a patch of sun. Silence …

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Daily Verse 11.14.20—Nature’s Clock

I recently spent some time on a coastal island in Maine. It was off-season, mid-week, and nothing fancy. I got the impression I was the only one who didn’t live full-time on the island, and I felt more like a quiet observer than a tourist as a result. This was …

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5 Antidotes For A Rugged April

April seems to have had its way with women this month and was a particularly rugged patch of road to navigate for many—emotionally, physically and spiritually. Limits were tested. Patience wore thin. Bodies were sick and tired. Ugly and rude behaviors surfaced with more frequency. And hope was spotty and …

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Dear March

Dear March, How is it, that after forty-nine years of doing this dance, I am totally blind-sided each year by you? Would it have made a difference if I remembered the punch you pack with your one-two hits of snowstorms and virus that demolish our well-oiled machine of a home …

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The Right Hook of Physics

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about this amazing experience I had where I literally drew my intention with my whole body. My intention?  To be more luminous. I shared how I felt luminous as I embodied that word in the circle of women gathered that night. It was powerful …

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Happy New Year

We were quite a sight that day, arriving at my youngest son’s elementary school for the annual “watermelon welcome”. A few people, seeing us hobble up the front walk, asked us if we had been in a car accident. No, we assured them, we’d just had a bit of a rough …

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Help: Given & Received

July was a bit of a train wreck for our family. At first I thought it was just me, and I did my thing of quietly hunkering down to power through a rough patch that seemed to appear out of nowhere. But the more I talked about it with my …

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Simply Love.

The past two weeks have been hard. I’ve officially decided that the beginning of September is an annual shit storm no matter how I try and slice it. The air was sticky and suffocating. The noise and chaos of the kids returning to school reached high decibels and felt like it came out of nowhere …

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Lie Detector

Earlier this week I felt like crying. Truth be told, it wasn’t just a moment of feeling – it was actually two entire days of wanting to cry. The sky was crying on both of these days, with intermittent rain and clouds that were gray and swollen with precipitation wanting …

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Remembering

I went to a dance class earlier this week. I wasn’t supposed to. I was supposed to be working – you know, being productive – but for whatever reason I had an invitation from my friend land right into a patch of open time. And I couldn’t say no, even …

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