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Expectations and Specialness: Say Goodbye, Bitches!

Bye Bye Bitches

Birthdays come wrapped in expectations and specialness.  I’ve always loved my birthday.  I love the date.  I love permission to claim the day for myself.  Behavior that might be interpreted as selfish on other days gets carte blanche on my birthday. All bets are off. I do what I want, or don’t do what I […]

The Artist’s Way and Walking the Neighborhood

I’m taking a workshop this weekend: a creativity workshop with a longtime idol of mine, Julia Cameron, who is probably best known for her inspirational book The Artist’s Way.  I’ve read other books of hers at well.  When I heard she was teaching a workshop, I was all over it. She gave us homework. I […]

Christmas Traditions

Christmas Traditions

Christmas Green Chile Egg Casserole in our bellies (we are in New Mexico after all), a morning hike in the Sandias under our belts, and now we are listening to the sounds of our favorite Christmas tunes (one of which is posted above). This one is appropriately called Thanksgiving, for my heart is filled with […]

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