Monthly Archives: July 2013

It Takes a Village . . .

Recently, as I was recording my memoir for books-on-tape at the Penguin Studio, two chapters I read aloud were on mentors. Four women and three men. I was reminded of how many people it took to help me get beyond … Continue reading

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Resetting

The three and a half days spent recording my memoir for Penguin Group’s books-on-tape have given me a lot of food for thought. I expected I would get emotional at parts that had been hard to write. When packing to … Continue reading

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Permission – A Poem

A few months ago I participated in a meditation retreat. After a long period of silence we were allowed to share whatever was on our mind. I wrote this poem from a place of inspiration after listening to a woman … Continue reading

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I Dream of a Vortex As My Screen Saver

I love remembering my dreams. There may be weeks when I don’t recall a single dream and then one surfaces that’s better than the best sci-fi movie. The other night I had a dream about my mind as a screen … Continue reading

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Things That G0 SPARK in the Night

It’s almost the 4th of July, and I woke up this morning wondering how many things from nature give sparks of light at night. This June in Vermont we have had frequent thunder and lightning storms. I sit on my … Continue reading

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