I have completely embraced and enjoyed staying right here in my own little section of the world, this place I call home. I have not needed or wanted to go anywhere outside of my bed and breakfast. If I can’t walk there by the beach, I’m not going. However, I have had a few choice … Continue reading Adventure Time
My conversation with God would often look a bit like this: “Well played. I said I wanted to travel and teach, and you’ve got me all over the place.” On more than one occasion, I have stomped my feet and said, “You know what I mean!” But, I love God and He loves me, so … Continue reading The Resolution (4/4)
Several years ago while working in a bar in Sherman Oaks, I became fast friends with a regular of mine, Dave. He was nearing 70 and legally blind. He was also an educator, basketball coach, and a writer. He had a screenplay that he asked if I would read. Of course I would. This was … Continue reading Parked Too Long (3/4)
Webster’s definition of a nomad is a person having no permanent abode, who travels from place to place to find fresh pasture for their livestock. A person who does not stay long in the same place. A wanderer. Hmm.. that certainly sounds like me, for a lot longer than I realized. Fresh pasture for livestock … Continue reading My Year as a Nomad (2/4)
So to start this part of the journey, it is imperative that I back up a bit and share the events that set this course in motion; the spark that ignited this flame. In June of 2014 I came to discover that my husband was seeing someone else. Yes, it felt like a bomb dropped, … Continue reading Falling Apart to Fall Into Place (1/4)
I am lying here in a hammock on the beach, reflecting on my life. “I get to live here,” is what I have said. The truth is, I get to work here. This is not vacation, but you could fool me. I chose how I wanted to live, and I have created it. The shock … Continue reading Dream Big
As difficult as this last year has been, it has truly been an amazing journey of Self-discovery. Sometimes I wake up and I think, I'm still the same old me. Is all this work really making a difference in me? Then I realize that the core of who I am will never change. I am … Continue reading Will You take the Journey with Me?