Monthly Archives: May 2005

perfect moments

Swinging on swings, talking and laughing, with the sun warming summer skin, caressed by the light breeze that’s near constant when you live near the beach. Perfect moments. The giggles of my two girls (not daughters, but granddaughters) sounding like … Continue reading

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moments …

We do not remember days, we remember moments.   ~ thanks for that one, Mom ~

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What the world needs now …

I read recently that of the tens of thousands of thoughts a person has in a day, for most people, the majority of those thoughts are negative. Reading that, I had to stop and pause and reflect on that for … Continue reading

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Orange Pants

In baggy bright orange pants barely clinging to her frame and a white sweatshirt and helmet, she skated lightly across the street, up onto the sidewalk and then did a quick spin with her arms stretched open wide – haha! … Continue reading

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Small things

Scenario: I’m in line at the light this morning. To my right is a Starbucks. There’s a car waiting to exit the parking lot and enter the street where I’m waiting at the light. Option A: When the light turns … Continue reading

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May Day Sunset

I came home from a wonderfully renewing yoga practice two weeks ago and saw the blazing sun setting as I arrived. Had to run upstairs for the camera. It was just so beautiful as the day said goodnight and the sun floated … Continue reading

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Namaste

Namaste! Welcome. May Peace and All Good fill your day and inform your journey. I’ve always wanted to journal my thoughts; now I have a great space to do so. Visitors or no visitors, my intent is simply to explore … Continue reading

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