Tag: grace

Walking My Way to Water: Week 5 – Possibility (Finding Our Way to the River)

Pam lays out her ongoing adventures in The Artist’s Way. Week FIVE is filled with talk of grace and self compassion. Featuring a lovely rendition of “Down to the River to Pray”

Baking Muffins in the Nude and Holding Hands with Monkeys: The Power of being SEEN

My friend, Maria Glanz, has a lovely show called See Me Naked.  I remember when the idea for the show struck her. We were touring the Fringe, each in one woman shows that weren’t drawing a lot of attention. There were a bunch of… Continue Reading “Baking Muffins in the Nude and Holding Hands with Monkeys: The Power of being SEEN”

Winter Walk

So… the world spins on. It’s been cold round these parts this week. Down to -39C one morning when I got up. On the 22nd, we passed the magic number -40C. That’s cold enough to freeze…. pretty much anything. Curious things happen at forty… Continue Reading “Winter Walk”

May we be…

I am struck with the FEARS this morning. What are the FEARS? Well, I suppose they are different for all of us. They are the waking in the night. The dread. The worries. The crushing feeling of… failing that overcomes us in the dark.… Continue Reading “May we be…”

“I didn’t have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead.”

I am absolutely terrified, nay, let me say HORRIFIED by the very idea of this blog. Isn’t that interesting… I’m not really sure what I am so afraid of. Maybe…. Making a fool of myself by saying, or worse – WRITING, something stupid Posting… Continue Reading ““I didn’t have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead.””

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