tales of a wayward yogini
Having spent many years working in the landscaping business I have done a fair amount of thinking about the lessons I can learn from nature. Guidance is ever present just waiting for me to take notice, thank goodness she is patient with me. Most times I am moving at lightning speed not stopping long enough to pay close attention. And when I do, damn, I have to vow to myself to do it more often. This weekend I put aside everything but my garden. I spent both days playing in the dirt and enjoying spring in our tiny oasis. Treasures
I’ve been giving spring a lot of thought the last few weeks, since my book, “Lessons of a Wayward Yogini” is scheduled to be released this spring. My editor, Dennis, www.5editorial.com gave me grief about not putting quotes around the title of my book in a recent post, so he will be thrilled that I’ve corrected this. And I might make major points since I’m also sharing his link. Even though I’m paying him as my editor/publisher, I’m trying everything in my power to encourage him to send along some of his BBQ. He seems to be a jack of
I’ve talked about our friends, Janet and Lalo before. I like to refer to them as a couple of posers, angels trying to pass as humans. They are simple people who love the earth and its inhabitants, are not extravagant, just kind caring people who do some pretty damn nice things for others … often. Lalo has been creating mosaics for years. Lalo spent his life teaching, and one of his early mosaics was for the school district he was teaching at in Fresno. They still proudly display it today. Over the years he has created more mosaics than he
Some believe that our loved ones who have left this earth communicate with us through our dreams. I’ve had a few dreams about my mom since her passing, most of them somewhat disturbing. But last night, I had an amazing dream about her. There was such a lovely connection between us… an honoring of what we had created together, a knowing that whatever we might have left undone, would wait for another time and place. In the dream I was attending a gathering of women, and I had been asked to give a talk, and although the reason had to
When I think about the saying “you’ve got a good thing going,” it brings to mind so many fond memories of people and experiences that were such a true pleasure. Not trying to be negative, but as we all know, when you’ve got a good thing going, it’s only a matter of time until something comes along that changes the game, but for the duration, it sure is nice. As a young girl, not to mention a young woman, I fought so hard against change, especially if I was truly enjoying whatever the experience was. As hard as I dug
A few people of late have been asking where I’ve been. The answer is I’ve been busy, quite busy finishing my … (wait for it) manuscript for the book that I will be publishing hopefully next spring! I have learned such a great deal in a relatively short time about publishing a book. And I just have to tell you that after dreaming about being a published author for more years than I can remember, the idea that I am actually going to do just that kind of blows my mind to tell you the truth. I recently visited Barnes
Time to catch up with my readers, with some exciting news. My fellow bloggers will for sure appreciate this, I’m publishing my blog story. I’ve hired an editor/publisher and my book will be hitting the stands in the spring of next year. My book will consist of the story many of you have followed, plus new content. Which sadly, is why I will be taking a break from posting until I have my manuscript completed. This journey has been nothing short of amazing, and has changed my life in no small way. I love blogging, and look forward to returning.