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Hello, Mystery

I spent last weekend in Fernie with my guys. While Jacob hit the mountain bike park on Saturday afternoon, Stephen and I strolled the sidewalks and checked out the shops. I spent a wonderful half hour (or more) in an … Continue reading

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A Button Tree!

Last spring, five lovely ladies joined me over the course of six weeks to explore tools for healing and growth. We so enjoyed our discussions that we decided to keep meeting. Using Don Miguel Ruiz’s book, The Four Agreements, as the … Continue reading

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Before Enlightenment . . .

Before enlightenment — chop wood, carry water. After enlightenment — chop wood, carry water. After the retreat — author visits. Talk about being flung full-tilt back into life! No time to write this week, but time enough to ask a … Continue reading

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Sometimes There Are No Words

I like to publish my posts on Fridays and I’ve found the best way to be sure I have something ready to share is to write every morning — adding, deleting, refining as the week progresses. Sometimes the words come … Continue reading

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Apple #40

This apple was created right on the heels of Apple #39. Once I finished the ‘creative detour apple,’ I went ahead with my original idea. And it was just as satisfying to bring this one in to being! Apple #40 … Continue reading

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Vimala — The Love Affair Continues.

Whenever I think to check the stats for my blog, without fail, the most common search that brings people to my site is ‘the Vimala alphabet.’ Occasionally, someone will leave a comment, usually asking a question, and we’ll have a … Continue reading

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A Million Invisible Messages

I’ve been thinking a lot about a story a friend shared over tea one day. A man was leading a cave tour somewhere in Texas when he sensed that something was not right. He immediately led the group of twenty … Continue reading

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