Learning to Define Luxury Through Discernment… The past few years have challenged me to examine what it means to live whole. I have been challenged emotionally, spiritually, financially, and relationally in a way that makes me identify with how Zora Neale Houston described some years as those, ” . . . that ask questions.” TheseContinue reading “Winter 2022: Whole Living”
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It’s Cherry Blossom Season, Again.
Which is a reminder that even in winter, things grow. Japanese magnolias are why I like cherry blossoms. Cherry blossoms remind me of Japanese magnolias. In early spring, in both types of trees the blooms appear before the foliage arrives. When I was younger and living in in southern Louisiana, I thought that this phenomenonContinue reading “It’s Cherry Blossom Season, Again.”
A Metaphor for Leaning into What Seemed Difficult . . . There was no particular reason to have made seven sweaters but I had time and initially I wasn’t sure that I could do it. That was reason enough. The year 2020 was intense. Because of the pandemic, I was home more that usual, andContinue reading “Tying Strings”