Life Lessons

"Figuring out our gifts in life is part of our journey to becoming enlightened human beings.” – Allison DuBois

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Saturday, December 31, 2016

Coming Back to Center

Song - Celtic New Year by Van Morrison

Twenty-sixteen was a rough year for both me and my family. 
I am looking forward to 2017!

There is a certain ebb and flow to our days and years.
Clarity and confusion.
Joy and suffering.
Finding balance.

Now is the time for me to recenter myself.
Rediscovering that core within me.
The one who knows how to feed my spirit.

Somehow through this last year I have forgotten.
It's not gone but just cast aside.
Learning to remember.
Needing that cue to set time aside daily... work on my inner growth. 

My One Little Word for the year is "centering".
Just so I can 

Happy New Year to you and yours.

"One of the most essential things you need to do for yourself is to choose a goal that is important to you.  
Perfection does not exist--you can always do better 
and you can always grow." 
--Les Brown

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Happy Birthday

Song - Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver

Happy 100th our National Parks!

Hope you can join us on Monday at The Lafayette Library for the reception!

Julia Parker's painting will be there!

 BASA's collaborative piece "John Muir, Starry Range of Light" 
is a beautiful focal piece for our National Park series.

Suzun Almquist, Joanne Taeuffer, Marcy Wheeler, Sharon Tama, Jeanette Baird

Bay Area Studio Artists will be there to greet you!

"Going to the mountains is going home." - John Muir

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Choose Wisely Grasshopper

Song - Fix You by Coldplay covered by Jamie Lim

I have been pondering what my "One Little Word" for the upcoming year might be.  I have a list of about 20 words taken from a long list of suggestions and for now, I have the list where I can see these words often and try to get an idea of how they feel-resonate for me during the next few weeks.  Usually one pops out for me!

In the past my words have been:


If we own the story then we can write the ending. 
--Brene Brown

Monday, November 28, 2016

Through Thick and Thin

Song - The Puppy Song by Harry Nilsson

Mika   2003 - 2016

“And it is exceedingly short, his galloping life. 
Dogs die so soon. 
I have my stories of that grief, no doubt many of you do also. 
It is almost a failure of will, 
a failure of love, to let them grow old
—or so it feels. 
We would do anything to keep them with us, 
and to keep them young. 

The one gift we cannot give.” 

 -- Mary Oliver "Dog Songs"
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