So in getting "ready for the big day" there is this urgency or felt urgency to "get in shape." And this time of year brings out the commercials of "Get in shape for summer" or "get your bikini body ready." I don't really feel out of shape. In fact, I'd say that I'm in pretty … Continue reading Training Day
So having to say yes to some things and no to others.Yes to starting my rewrite and revamp of a project. This feels good.Saying No to wedding planning and all the hoopla around that.This doesn't feel good anymore for various reasons. Carving out a little more peace and a little more creativity. Kevin was right, … Continue reading Didn’t really plan it this way
As you know, the world didn't end.And yet, I'm very sorry for your loss.Your loss of face, faith, trust and beliefs.Your loss of identity, commitment and the world you lived in.And while your pain of of this loss may seem insurmountablethe fact remains that your loss of these thingshas brought you closer to who you … Continue reading And it’s Sunday
A couple of "rapture-inspired" friends have done a little post I found really interesting:"In honor of what will, according to Biblical guarantee, occur on May 21st, pal and fellow blogger Delia Knight at threepageslonghand and I (dearlifefu.com) are writing 21 things that must be said before The End. Please join us. These can be serious, touching, … Continue reading The End is…here????
So I embarked on this journey called The Artist is You Mandala Experience a couple of weeks ago. My friend Cathleene is teaching this. I went into this as a non-artist, meaning my creative expression doesn't normally come into this arena (meaning paint, drawing, etc). I don't want to sound too airy-fairy about what this … Continue reading The Journey
Art by Cathleene CienfuegosThe color of the sky at midnight is blue.This was news to me.The painting she was creating,as the song on the radioinspired by this awareness. It is these little things that illuminate my holes in perceptionThese things I do not see, feel or experience. I wonder what I've missed and what I'm missing.If … Continue reading Midnight Blue – a love poem to artists
Subbing a class is not my most favorite thing to do.In fact, it's my least favorite.This is one of the reasons why: Last week, I went back to one of my classes that I had a sub for the week prior. On walking into class I heard this "Oh good you're hear." Suffice it to … Continue reading On the Mat