Happy Friday! It’s almost two months since I moved. The entire month of May was defined by rest. I was seeing various doctors, attending physical therapy and resting from my therapies, from an… Continue reading
I was nervous as I got ready this morning. The thought “I’m not suppose to be here” resounded in my mind. Not here as in this transition, but here as in the training.… Continue reading
I never thought I would say what in recent years was all I wanted to say.
I’ve been carrying sadness in my heart. When I focus on what lead to this sadness I get angry, and by the end of the retelling of the story or when I recall… Continue reading
Each fall and spring I look forward to working with at-risk teens through an arts non-profit. This program is a highlight of the season. I have been working with the group for three years.… Continue reading
I knew where I stood on this subject for myself, but through this process it changed.
“Give yourself a real shot at a good marriage, because once you are in marriage, it’s a whole new ball game. “
“It seems like you were on the train.” I told the woman with tired, worn eyes. “On the train?” She asked in a confused tone. In the moments leading up to what she… Continue reading
I’m currently in a month long meditation on Marriage. I was ecstatic to realize, in February 2016, I worked through common fear most people have around marriage. What perplexed me was having that realization as… Continue reading
Two weeks ago, with much hesitation, I kicked off a mini-series on Marriage. In February 2016, I realized I was ready for marriage. I was beyond excited for this realization and I could not… Continue reading
I don’t want to talk about marriage. It’s the last thing I want to talk about. As a little girl, I was an observer. I spent much of my time in silence and observed more… Continue reading
We are at the start of something new. Change can be difficult. Many long for days past. Those who live in the past or deeply try to hold on to what was are… Continue reading
Home get’s better and better with each visit. I visited my childhood home for the holidays as I do each year. When I first moved to Los Angeles, each time I visited home, I… Continue reading
In a room filled with the chatter of over 200 people, I only heard her words. The crowd was muted by a truth, her truth, that she spoke to me. This year has… Continue reading