this, that & these





this sunset


that sea air


these friends



I am beginning to feel lighter again.

And for that,

I am very grateful.

Happy Easter, friends.



Don’t worry about losing your way. If you do, pain will remind you to find your path again. Joy will let you know when you are back on it.~Martha Beck


For whatever reason, I’ve lost my way this week. (So soon after your amazing, lucky Irish adventure, you ask? Yes, I know… I know.)

It’s been a tough one. A few fun gatherings have happened, some good things are falling into place, the flowers have popped, the sun has shone, and yet…Yet.

I’ve just felt off (physically and mentally). I’ve been swimming upstream—fighting the current, fighting myself, fighting what is. It’s been absolutely exhausting.

So I’ve gone back to my arsenal—yoga, family, amazing friends, long emails and phone chats full of wise & patient counsel, long walks, culture doses, healthy eating, brainless trash TV, the sage words (read and re-read) of some of my favorite bloggers and authors. I’m getting there. I’m surfacing. I’m looking more at the root of it all—which is hard. I guess we just have to believe that each time we dive a little deeper into the dark, we’ll emerge a little higher into the light— more in line with where we ultimately want to be.

The ebbs and flows, eh?

Here’s something/someone who never fails to bring me joy:)



Can you tell I’m digging all these words this week?


Reigning in



“Since you alone are responsible for your thoughts, only you can change them.” ~Paramahansa Yogananda

Got any good tips on controlling one’s thoughts? At certain times I’m so good at this…at others times, I’m so crap.  I’m all ears.

Watching words



All of Us

All of Us


An Irish Dream





It nearly feels like I dreamt it all.

More soon. For now, my jetlagged brain is still processing.

Happy belated St. Patrick’s Day, friends!

An Old Irish Blessing
May love and laughter light your days,
and warm your heart and home.
May good and faithful friends be yours,
wherever you may roam.
May peace and plenty bless your world
with joy that long endures.
May all life’s passing seasons
bring the best to you and yours!


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