Home for the Holidays

“We don’t remember days, we remember moments.” -Cesare Pavese Coming home for the holidays had a deep meaning for me since I moved to Los Angeles. My first visit home was for Thanksgiving… Continue reading

Out with the Mold

 “This used to be my saying.” My LA Spiritual Sister liked the quote and responded, “it’s still mine.” She still uses this quote today? I thought. “’I’m pretty sure I would still use… Continue reading

The Final Curtain Call

I first experienced death when I was seven.  One of my close cousins died, followed by both of my grandmothers in a six-month period.  I experienced so much death as a child that… Continue reading

Redirection: 7 Lessons from Living Differently

“I can’t take it anymore!” One thing built on another and another, until I reached a moment where I said “Enough!”  As a person of action I choose not to sit in misery. … Continue reading