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?
It's the first day of spring. I've never really paid much attention to that. The weather tends to be what it will be and one day doesn't feel much different from the next. Today, however, feels fresh, new. What does it mean to go from one season to the next anyway? For the trees, the … Continue reading Spring Equinox
HI there! Wow what a year. Although I am still the same girl deep inside, my life has changed dramatically. I am eternally grateful for the lessons, the hardships, and the heartbreaks that this year has brought. I have been at this practice of yoga since about 2001. The first decade was a little on … Continue reading Explore the Possibilities