Category Archive: appreciation

Mar 23

Spirit Roots & Branches: An Intuitive Earns her Wings

Growing up a middle child in a typically dysfunctional, fairly large, Italian Catholic family in Queens, N.Y., complete with lots of yelling and name calling, I was very shy around new people, especially authority figures. By age ten, I had already attended numerous mandatory wakes and funerals and developed not only a fear of death, but …

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Jul 05

HAPPY NEW INDEPENDENCE DAY!

HAPPY NEW INDEPENDENCE DAY! HAPPY INDEPENDENCE FROM THOUGHTS THAT ARE NOT YOUR OWN AND ARE NOT SERVING YOU DAY! THINK ABOUT IT–WHAT ARE THE THOUGHTS THAT HOLD YOU BACK FROM JUMPING INTO THE FULLNESS OF LIFE? WHOSE THOUGHTS ARE THEY ANYWAY–WHAT ARE THEIR ORIGINS? MOST OF OUR “STINKIN’ THINKIN” IS STUFF WE PICKED UP IN …

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May 10

Spring Fever

I am in love. Yes, with my sweet hubby of four years, partner of eleven, (today’s our anniversary!), and with another lover. Today, I have been smitten walking through my neighborhood. Seasonal malady has stricken my heart–more specifically–my nostrils, big time. I’m in love with honeysuckle. I’m in love with spring. We strolled arm in …

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Oct 12

Cats, Grief & Being in the Moment

Grieving is a natural occurrence–we grieve the loss of something or someone that is passing or has already passed, moved on, been taken away, shifted. Often we put off grieving– ignoring it until something throws us so off kilter that it dislodges like that little silver ball at the start of pinball. A good friend …

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