THE single thing that holds up on time website creation is content. And it is THE single most important part of the design process. Your content is the key part of your message and I build your website around your message, your content.  My job is to highlight your message via a visual presentation that >> keep reading

I Can’t Stay Angry (and I Wish I Could)

Grey zen stone in shape of heart, on sand background

I can’t stay mad at the One who a month ago told me he needed space after talking pretty much every day – every other day. No more than two days went by without us connecting for tiny moments. We have been on again off again for 13 years. Maybe 13 is the number of >> keep reading

A Remembrance of Why ~ Why Hospice?

Pigeons on a Wire with the words "A Remembrance: Why Hospice?

I am getting ready to return to hospice in a volunteer capacity and I am excited! The volunteer training starts in less than two weeks. One of the things asked of me in prep for the training is to find a photo that represents what hospice means to me … I sat with it over >> keep reading

Touch Starved?

Cuddling Kittens with words "Animals have it Down"

  Heads up … this is not my usual peaceful and calm offering. And yet, it is what showed up this morning – all I can think of is that perhaps there is a nugget that will offer relief to someone here? I never know … I simply offer. I just had a big giant >> keep reading

One More Time – How Can This Be Easy?

Four pairs of brightly colored flip flops on sand with words "How can this be easy?'

Continuing in the how can this be easy vein, I had a delightful experience of ease this week with  one of my clients.  She has genuinely been too busy to focus on completing her website and while the stop-start timing has felt disjointed for me and it is not something I care to repeat, (I >> keep reading

How Could I Create Ease Here?

woman dancing through the air

This weekend, I get to participate in a sacred Sufi movement workshop. I almost talked myself out of it. I told myself that I didn’t really want to go, didn’t really want to be around all of those people, that I am in an inward, introverted space right now . What if my body cannot >> keep reading

Satisfaction – Unlearning Learned Deprivation

Relaxed massage environment

Early last week, specifically  on 4/25, Dena Lynn, a Facebook and now a present “time-space-now” friend with whom I enjoy crazy laughter and coffee  (maybe not in that order and ~ yeah ~ definitely not in that order) wrote a post on FB that gripped me … Her words: “I was taught to not want >> keep reading

Momentum is Never Locked In

Pair of human hands giving water on sunset - allowing the receiving

I approve of myself. A very long time, ago at least 28 years, when I first got my hands on Louise Hays’ You Can Heal Your Life, I started repeating these words over and over and over again.  It didn’t always feel very good and it definitely didn’t feel very true. At that time I >> keep reading

Self Judgment is Physically Painful

Woman on roof releasing dove w words Release into Love

Self judgment is physically painful. I discovered that in an unavoidable way one night  a few weeks back as I almost unconsciously (until it became conscious) slammed myself over and over again with one judgment after another. It felt so normal, this judgment. Normal. Routine. For a while, the judgement came in the voice of >> keep reading

Fierce Love in New Forms

Ancient knarled tree on coastline

A letter to Noelle Marie Amendola  (originally intended for her eyes only) in response the this week’s Coffee Time.   Oh my word, Noelle! So much in this week’s Coffee Time resonated with me … Particularly the one little bud of the Love you have for Vince that (of course) survived the blaze of clearing >> keep reading