Chunking

Chunking

It’s a skill I’d be dead without and I call it “chunking.” These last two months have been busy since my Mom died. Lots to do with planning her services, hosting an estate sale and the sale of her home for fifty-four years. I’ve avoided overwhelm (most of the time) by applying chunking on a […]

Fix-It Fair

Fix-It Fair

We live in a consumer society. When something breaks, we are far more likely than our ancestors to just get a new one. We also have manufacturers who’ve created “planned obsolescence” where they actually create items that are less durable or work to create new features in that next phone that comes out, making our […]

The Camino is Calling

The Camino is Calling

In 2013 I heeded the call to walk the Camino Frances from St. Jean Pied-de-Port, France to Santiago, Spain. It was an amazing experience and one that I will never forget. I enjoyed it so much, that the call to walk has returned. I was originally hoping to walk in spring of 2016, but a […]

My Word for the Year

My Word for the Year

My word for 2016 has been “connected” as in connected to myself, to source or God, and to others. It has indeed been a year for meeting many new people in my life. What I found was each connection has the possibility of reaping even more connections. When you meet one person and they get […]