Monthly Archives: August 2015

Notice the Beauty

This week I’m resting in the embrace of the last few days of summer. I’m trying to slow myself right down because I want to notice every detail. There is such beauty around us! “It was so beautiful it took my breath away”. I’m sure you’ve said this before when it seemed that something was […]

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Look Up!

I’ve found myself looking up spontaneously a lot lately. It all started when I was on a morning walk and I noticed some great big seedpods littering the sidewalk. I looked up to see where they had come from and I was awestruck by the beauty of the branches above me. I had walked by […]

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Intoxicated by Change

Have you ever inhaled the intoxicating scent of your outdoor air-dried laundry or experienced the beauty of your laundry being blown in the warm summer breeze? If you have, you’re one of the fortunate few and if you haven’t you are missing out on one of life’s simple pleasures. I came to this pleasure later […]

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Nature’s Nourishment

I spent last week paddling in the wilds of Souther Ontario. My days were filled with the changing moods of the waters of the backcountry lake, often calm in the morning shifting to white capped by the afternoon and returning to a mirror like stillness just before sunset. The smooth rock outcropping at the edge […]

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