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June 26, 2017

At The End Of The Day

At The End Of The Day

  “One must wait till evening to see how lovely the day has been.” It is 6:30 in the morning Pacific Time and I’ve just had an evening moment. Funny, isn’t it, how one innocent little movement can unexpectedly stir one’s soul into awakeness and awareness. This morning it was the pool skimmer that did […]

April 10, 2017

Signed, Sealed and Delivered

Signed, Sealed and Delivered

Ah, those colorful doors of Ireland! Whether you’ve been to the fair island or not you’ve seen them in photos, door after cheery door painted bright blue, red, yellow or green. On a fine soft day, a day of lashing rain or in the clear, bright sunshine, these doors evoke a smile. Inviting, yes. Whimsical, […]

January 31, 2017

The Glass of The Sea of Glass

The Glass of The Sea of Glass

  I have a fascination with sea glass. Once, sea glass was formed by broken pieces of glass floats from Japanese fishing nets. Now sea glass found on the beach is mostly broken alcohol and soda bottles. Sometimes the glass comes from shipwrecks or tableware or even windshields that ended up in the sea. The […]

August 18, 2016

Hairpin Turn Navigation. A Primer.

Hairpin Turn Navigation. A Primer.

  You say you’ve not heard of Hairpin Turn Navigational skills? Well, bless your heart and get ready! You say you’ve written the book on HTN? Send me the link! It’s where we are, it’s where we’re headed and for some of us, it’s where we’ve been. This very deep and profound look at life caught me […]

July 26, 2016

A Chip Off The Old Rock

A Chip Off The Old Rock

How much easier life is, how much less stress we live under, when we know we have a certain shape and form for a reason! There is something in the air right now causing many to wonder where they belong, how God can use them, or even if He can or will. May you Love […]

June 6, 2016

The Hungry Harvest

The Hungry Harvest

  There’s been a revolution happening in and around us for a decade, one that has changed more about our lives than we realize. The Food and Water Revolution. Cooking shows of the past decade (in the USA) have taught us ingredients, ways of cooking and thinking about food our generation had not previously known. […]

March 7, 2016

CommuniTea

CommuniTea

  There’s a theme, a rhythm, a cadence that is shouting to make itself heard right now, and while its expressions are unique in various locations and among people of varied background and circumstance, the cry is the same: community! In a day of untold numbers of travellers and refugees there is a cry arising […]

March 1, 2016

What If ?

What If ?

  Two little words that pack a powerful punch. At times the punch keeps us awake at night. Sometimes it wearies our minds until we find ourselves tired and afraid. What if what goes around stops instead of comes around? /when-what-goes-around-stops/ ‎ Little words can pack a wallop! Take the word ‘to’. Putting this word where it […]

February 11, 2016

The Tree And Me

The Tree And Me

We arrived in Ireland last Saturday and have begun the process of putting down some roots in the land. Perhaps that is the reason we encountered more resistance coming in than we ever have before. Not resistance from people but rather a whirling atmosphere in the country. Aside from just pure tiredness (I only spent […]

February 5, 2016

Home Is

Home Is

  …where your heart is. So home is a key to fulfillment, success, a good start, rest, security – just to name a few. Home is also knowing the condition of your heart and where it belongs. Today we fly. Oh, we fly a lot but today we fly with Dublin as the destination, no […]