What is Nia Dance?

Sometimes I burst out in tears when I think about my mom, and I'm occasionally surprised at how close I feel to the sadness, but I don't question it, as grief is what it is. This usually happens when I am doing the dishes or sweeping the floor or some other mundane task, but not always; sometimes it … [Read more...]

The things you discover when larking about …

I had the best of intentions when I started this challenge; to share a part of myself every day for the month of June, and I do share a bit of myself each day on Instagram. However, I had to hit the brakes on my writing, because there was such a huge shift in my world, energetic and physical, I … [Read more...]

Summer Solstice!

I missed a day of posting... I'll be honest, I simply ran out of things to talk about and I have also started a new project with a company that has taken up a good chunk of my time. That said, today of the eve of the Summer Solstice and I was finally able to prepare an altar! I have not had an … [Read more...]

deathbed regrets

I seem to be stumbling upon more and more stories about deathbed regrets. I have been doing a load of writing these days, both sharing publicly and privately; I write as soon as I wake up, freehand, a la The Artist's Way morning pages, just to dump the garbage out of my head to start the day. So … [Read more...]

Shari the Master Gardener

This past May, I stumbled into a super-funky, super-vintage and totally cool furniture haunt in Bee Cave called Revival and fell in love with the place as soon as I walked in. The first reason is that they have a pot-bellied pig named Hamlet, who roams the property and always seems to be … [Read more...]