Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Sun

This week, I am in the wilds of Northern Ontario on a summer canoe trip. I will be spending my time swimming and eating and resting and playing and reading and writing and swimming again. But most of all I will be worshiping the great ball of beauty in the sky. I offer you this […]

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Summer Cicadas

Today I heard the song of the cicadas for the first time and I had a “This is Summer!” moment. I love the whirring sound of those insects. Check out my “This is Summer!” video again here to refresh your memory. I’ve had so many mini celebrations of summer moments in the past few weeks. […]

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Another Summer, Another Confession

This week I’m away at a retreat on the Oregon coast. Instead of writing my blog post, I confess, that I will be barefooted walking along the sandy beach! I’ve decided to include last year’s summer confession in hopes of supporting you in finding time to not do what you’re supposed to be doing at […]

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Make it Happen!

It breaks my heart when someone tells me that they had hoped to acknowledge an important transition but somehow the time came and went and nothing happened. It could be a special birthday, an important accomplishment, recovery from illness or even a heartfelt thank you. Next time you hear that voice inside your head that […]

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A Thousand Words

It is often said that a picture speaks a thousand words. Today, I want to share the experience of a thousand words with you through this video that was created from the community ceremony I performed last week. Let the watching of this 4-minute ceremony awaken your senses. Listen to the words of the poem […]

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