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Plant a Kiss {a bit of magic}

In the spirit of Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s work, 16 inspiring and creative bloggers (including me!) set out to “Plant a Kiss” in the world on Sunday, April 29. We each did something we thought would spread a little extra joy, … Continue reading

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Connecting: The Journey Inward Mirrored Outwardly

I blog for several reasons.  Among the strongest pulls towards the blogging culture is connecting with others like me.  With that in mind, I love doing challenges.  Not only do they stretch me, but they introduce me to new, wonderful … Continue reading

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The Give-Away

Two more days till the big bloggiversary bracelet reveal.  In the meantime, here are the two other items being offered.  Take a minute to drop a comment in the boxes here if you would like to be considered for the … Continue reading

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Labyrinth Touch Drawing

At the beginning of the year, I invested in some material from Deborah Koff-Chapin, the artist who developed the touch drawing technique.  I began playing with touch drawing right away.  The results and process were exhilarating.  Eventually I incorporated additional … Continue reading

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Finding the Way

About 10 years ago, I began studying labyrinths.  I learned that they are similar to mazes but that they have on path in and the same path leads out.  There is no way to get lost in a labyrinth.  I … Continue reading

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Autumn Equinox: In the Spirit of the Spiral

So I created a simple, yet powerful event to ceremoniously celebrate what was going on in my heart. My hubby joined in. The spiral became a very powerful tool for transformation for us. I say powerful because it was filled with meaning and heralded change in us individually and as a couple. Change, like the turning of the seasons. Those things in us that needed to come into balance did. Continue reading

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