My heart was broken recently. A comment was made about my daughter to me by a friend of hers. Her friend being a few years older sees the world in a slightly different light than my daughter. My daughter is 5; she's powerful and full of wild energy. She makes no apologies for who she … Continue reading From Heart Break to Shine
"Letting go of control has allowed our life to flow easier like a beautiful river. Our days together are a celebration of play, learning through play, life and growing as a compassionate loving family. What more could we ask for."
My friend died April 6. He wrote me the week prior telling me he was fading. That he was quite ready. He told me he loved me. I never thought a week later he’d be gone. After a year of dealing with post dental trauma from aggressive dental work that had caused a stroke, severe … Continue reading In Honor of Those Who Have Passed
I wish to become lighter. I'm tired of feeling sad, mad, heart broken. I'm tired of feeling afraid, lost, at a loss, hopeless, overwhelmed. I'm tired. I'm tired of the heavy weight of it all. I wish to become lighter. In honor of my mother her mother and her mother before her. In honor of … Continue reading Becoming Lighter. Choose Love.
Unconditional Love & Acceptance The last few days have been hard. While missing my mother never goes away the quiet simmering beneath the surface bubbles up and over around holidays, big life events, during quiet solitude. Today while I was showering I caught myself thinking about my mother when I was caring for her just … Continue reading Unconditional Love & Acceptance
I'm not one for ritual or ceremony but I think I may change that. I have this deep yearning for ritual lately, as if I ought to be marking significant moments with sage burning or burning of words and memories perhaps in order to move on from this time period called 2016. I will not … Continue reading New Years Un-resolution
When our daughter was born 4 years ago I had never heard of Unschooling. It wasn’t too long though that I was knee deep in the Unschooling online world, which seemed a natural progression from Attachment Parenting (another term and concept I learned about after my daughter was born). It seemed many who were in … Continue reading Learning to Trust the Process