Sometimes I have these moments. They feel low, like a disappointment you can’t quite correct. You just ‘feel’ something that doesn’t feel like it should be that way, but yet it is, and you’re left just watching it play out with a sigh, wishing you knew how to make it all work. Let me prefaceContinue reading “Racing to the finish line of ‘normal’”
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The future is now, but what about when it wasn’t?
Like so many others attempting to keep ourselves, our loved ones, and really just anyone whether we know them or not, safe amid the current pandemic, our family has been at home and self-isolating. Yes, irritability has been high when you’re all together in one house for such an extended period of time. It canContinue reading “The future is now, but what about when it wasn’t?”
What I’m Reading: Some magical quotes from “Magical Child”
I’m still reading Joseph Chilton Pearce’s “Magical Child.” Rather than bore anyone with my attempts at a book review, I thought I’d share a slew of quotes and notes I found interesting amid the next few chapters. Chapter 2 – Matrix Shift: Known to Unknown “The womb offers three things to a newly forming life:Continue reading “What I’m Reading: Some magical quotes from “Magical Child””