july seven, retrospective

july seven, retrospective

*NOTE: thanks to facebook serving me up my memories, I copied and pasted what I wrote for my dad on each of the last july 7’s. i’m still so lucky to have had such an amazing dad. lately I’ve begun to work on regret, and it has been transformative. as...
ode to my dad

ode to my dad

my dad was completely irreverent to the “facades” and pretentiousness of many’s lives. and sometimes he was simply completely irreverent, lol! he could thumb his nose at ‘most anything, and often did. not always to the best of responses, but hey, it seemed to roll off...
learning, and growing

learning, and growing

what meditative musical resonance this morning to be grateful for! bird song, splashing water, gongs, i feel deeply connected to the rhythm of all of life. peaceful, divinely whole, perfectly imperfect, loved, enough. i do love sundays. i have a few things i do daily...
once upon a time…

once upon a time…

once upon a time, on a thanksgiving day long ago and far away, a girl and a boy decided it would be a good day to marry. after all, what could possibly be more auspicious than acknowledging your life union on a day of thanks giving and gratitude? this was a great idea...