Dear Women

I wish I had realized earlier that our worldwide tribe of women is not bound by age or beauty or success and that heroines are often the woman we just walked by without noticing. I wish I had recognized my sister in every woman I’ve ever met and not just the ones I called friends. … Continue reading Dear Women

Plan A

Somewhere in my teens or 20s I missed the turn sign that announced: You are now leaving your Plan A life and heading for Plan B. Who knew the path back to Plan A would be so hard to find, be the journey of a lifetime, a pilgrimage into the heart that would deliver me, … Continue reading Plan A

The 4 Gratitudes

I am so grateful he comes home every night and sleeps in my bed and loves our child and holds us together heartsoulandskin I am so grateful he is my teacher those little eyes so wise and clear reminding me of what matters and what doesn’t sharing giggles and tears and teaching me patience every … Continue reading The 4 Gratitudes

Shamelessly

There was a time when the sun and the moon were my only constants. I could see both out my window and, although I didn’t know it at the time, they were serving as my nonjudgemental friends, as the witness to an inner life that I shared with almost no one. They rose with me, … Continue reading Shamelessly

The Words

the words don’t ask us to fake it and the words don’t ask us to make it the words just ask us to open to where we are, to what we are, to who we are they invite us to tell our story and they encourage us to speak our truth they remind us we … Continue reading The Words

Soul Work

To get right to the point, Why are you here? Let’s put our learned answers aside for a moment because I’m interested in your answer, not something you learned from a doctrine or a book or an authority figure. And I’m not even that interested in your answer. I’m interested in your asking the question … Continue reading Soul Work