Today is Remembrance Day. November 11, 2015. Every year since I was a child I would stop what I was doing at 11am to pay homage to all the brave men and women who served in the wars. This year was the same. But this year was also very different. I read the stories about … Continue reading A Remembrance Day to Remember
To answer the question - it's because it marched to a different drumstick!! And on that same day when it decided not to cross it sat down on the side of the road and decided to stare off into the unknown distance. She just stared and stared and stared and then something happened. A sudden realization … Continue reading Why Didn’t The Chicken Cross The Road?
“Your comfort zone is what keeps you back from making, creating and innovating.” ~ Greta Tomlin Yesterday, on New Year’s Eve, I decided to share with you all my new ritual – reflecting on my accomplishments, my letting go and what I want to bring into the New Year. One of the things on my … Continue reading I’m In Suspenders
If you don’t drink rat poison, you don’t need an antidote. – Michael Neill Today you will hear many people say that all you need to do is think positively and everything will be ok, you’ll be happier. This does help, up to a certain point. There are many books available that discuss this, and … Continue reading Have you heard about The Inside-Out Revolution? It’s awesome!
"This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine" Harry Dixon Loes I have been AWOL for a few months, as a lot has been going on in my life. A lot of what has been taking place I've wanted to share. As much as I've tried to get it down on "paper" I … Continue reading Shine, Baby, Shine!
“Sometimes when you pick up your child you can feel the map of your own bones beneath your hands, or smell the scent of your skin in the nape of his neck. This is the most extraordinary thing about motherhood - finding a piece of yourself separate and apart that all the same you could … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day!
“I think you can scare somebody out of doing something, but not out of feeling like they want to.” - Catherin Ryan Hyde, Chasing Windmills A few weeks ago while I was on the bus on my way to work, a lady got on a few stops after mine. After she boarded I had a … Continue reading Pay It Forward