Good day Resilient Hearts! A few new tweaks to the email list and website, it now it is possible for me to share resources with you! That is great news as there are so many wonderful people doing important work to help us heal, get centered and grounded. About once a month the Revitalizer will feature … Continue reading Resiliency Resource Week!
A couple of months ago my husband experienced a winter blizzard crash and dash. Coming out of work he noticed his well-loved truck that had been sitting in a safe and secure parking slot bashed in and effectively totaled. After the first level of mourning subsided, “Get another vehicle” was added to our already long … Continue reading Choose the Station You Want to Hear
The Cloud: the invisible cyber-entity holding portions of my life so if/when computers and/or phones crash, I don’t lose important items. Disclaimer: This of course, is my unofficial definition. I recently purchased additional Cloud storage for photos, documents, old resumes, and graduate study papers I will never read again. I am grateful for this invention … Continue reading Cloud
This snowy February followed a January finale of bitter cold. After starting with a gift of two weeks of mild temps, Mother Nature decided to lovingly "toughen us up" by first sending the Polar Vortex and now, snow. And more snow. We've barely reached the month's mid point, and we are already up to our … Continue reading In the Dark, Light
"Remember to clean the toilet...when the snow melts, pick up the dog poo...and send that email to Susan...why does my knee itch?...yawn...no Stewart, I am not petting you now...Alexa, what is the temperature?...I wonder when the bird was last fed...ommmmm" This is what it sounds like in my head for the first minutes of meditation … Continue reading Interrupt the Pattern
Our favorite weather phenomena visited much of the country this week, the Polar Vortex. For those of you unfamiliar, it is the bank of cold air that normally sits over the North Pole. During winter months it expands, shifts and as many of us experienced this past week, moves southward to send us into a … Continue reading Shivering Cows…
Nothing moved in the snow-covered garden. Stillness gripped everything to my left and my right with the exception of the slowly grazing horses to the east and the circling presence of my geriatric Sheltie, Autumn. A pre-dawn potty run had me waiting in the crisp -4 silence carefully watching my dog. After a stroke earlier … Continue reading The Secret Work