Cliché? Not really. Be that change

Cliché? Not really. Be that change

Here's the thing, though. People like drama. They love to complain about anything. After all, it's a lot easier than going inwards. Inwards is big work. And, when we do "react", we satisfy those trolling and prodding. They are waiting for your reaction and we end up...

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Thank You

Thank You

Knowing me, if you've been following me and what I do, this is likely to be a long post. At least, that's what I am thinking as I write... There is more that I considered including here, but in order to avoid disrupting the flow, and to avoid over-complicating things,...

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Whatever

Whatever

Well, hello there! It has been a while, hasn't it...... Some of you may have noticed that I haven't written for quite some time. My passions throughout my life have come and gone. As a child and into my twenties, I painted. And, then for the longest time there was a...

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Nothing

Nothing

Our homeschooling journey began on the 21st of September, 2020. This was a day carefully chosen; a day of meaning and significance to us - the day of the Autumnal Equinox. We are currently coming to the end of our fourth week. Homeschooling has challenged me. It has...

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Let Life in

Let Life in

A few days ago, I found out about the abandoned "Hippy houses" on the North Mountain of Nova Scotia. These had apparently been built and occupied by draft-dodgers in the 1960's and 1970's. I found them incredibly endearing, full of character and akin to Hobbit houses....

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Just Rest

Just Rest

Sometimes, you really just need to rest.My intuition told me this a while ago, but I wouldn't listen.I would keep plugging away every day at my yogic practice; "Ya gotta keep going!" I would jump in the car and go here, there and everywhere. Always on the go.Was I...

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What is Reality?

What is Reality?

Yesterday, as I scrolled on my social media, I came across a quote that I resonated with, and then inspiration struck, expressing itself in this writing. This was the quote: "Every person you meet should be regarded as one of the walking wounded. We have never seen a...

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Acceptance within discomfort

Acceptance within discomfort

Recently, I have been dying my hair black. I used to frequently dye my hair black when I was a teenager. And then, for some reason, my hair stopped retaining the colour and I ceased dying my hair. I spent some of my most important and formative years being a mellow...

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Something out there

Something out there

My young daughter and son have been playing "dead" a lot the last recent months. As in "I am dead." They get this from the most benevolent of places, such as the "Frozen" movie. They mean no harm and they don't really understand what death means. It has unnerved me...

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A 2020 Love Letter

A 2020 Love Letter

We got together when I was 18.I actually knew of You, from school. You were a grade above me. I remember crossing your path in the school hallway once, but I paid little attention to You - I hardly knew You. You didn't catch my eye one bit. You were a friend of a...

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