She sits, on a small bench with a little patch of sunshine shining through. She sits with her journal, with her cup of Chai -- and she reflects. Thinking about her life, her loss, pondering all the moments gone by. Wondering about her future, wondering what it will be, what it will bring -- more … Continue reading The girl in the coffee shop.
My wishes for you today -- boldness, confidence, grace. My darling canaries~ You can do anything. And your life is divinely blessed, like a sunflower reaching up to allow the sunlight to grace her face. You can do anything. And all that you desire to create and be is for a reason. When you write, … Continue reading You can do anything.
I woke up this morning with an old blog post on my mind...a draft from a few years ago about ribbon dancing in the chaos of life that never got published. February always feels like kind of a funky month. It has always felt like a strange limbo land to me...not quite spring, and often … Continue reading A new take on ribbon dancing.
When I lost my dad, I didn’t feel I could connect with other people my age anymore… What did other 20 year old's know about caring for and helping to support a dying parent after college? Everyone else was off living their dreams… While I was stuck in a grief that it felt no one … Continue reading The power of connection in grief and loss.
Almost exactly a year ago in 2017, I started a new beginning. Here's how it went... (May we sing together, and unite in song, and together, set the whole world free.) Much love to you, now and forever, Caitlin . . . A friend sent me a card in the mail several years ago--one … Continue reading Remembering our wings.