She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future. – Proverbs 31:25 I am becoming a Dangerous Old Woman. At 45. I am getting very close. Close to unleashing the deep booming voice buried within my body. This low rumbling has scratched for years at my insides, longing to […]
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“Perhaps that is where our choice lies — in determining how we will meet the inevitable end of things, and how we will greet each new beginning.” ― Elana K. Arnold, Burning
“I am rooted, but I flow.” – Virginia Woolfe
See with every turning day, how each season wants to make a child of you again, wants you to become a seeker after rainfall and birdsong, watch how it weathers you to a testing in the tried and true, tells you with each falling leaf, to leave and slip away, even from the branch that […]
I vividly remember the feeling of guilt-free anticipation that would take hold every time I walked into Merrickville Public Library. The librarian, Mrs. Ogilvie, was the revered caretaker of these 3 small rooms. Rooms that–for me–contained vast potential and a unique source of unencumbered enjoyment. In this peaceful place, the only budget limiting how much I […]
Are your life and work flowing from a place of joy and ease? Or…are you forcing things, perhaps holding back? This year for me so far has been a continuous call to ease. I am listening.
I’m so grateful that one day my Soul just opened up, and everything began to look and feel, even taste and smell, completely different. Yet I’m committed to opening up even more. I’m finding that there is more that is buried deep, deep, deep down. I am praying to be completely free of everything that […]
Something beautiful and still and gently persuasive for this bright winter day.
Oh how simple it could be, if only we would allow it to be so. Thanks, Anne.