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To Cut or Not to Cut

I’m sorry, readers. I have nothing to offer you at the moment. No words of wisdom, or stories of personal revelation. No thought provoking enigmas or tales of triumph. With this post, I’m hoping you might have something to offer me. I need advice! The blogging gods have not been speaking to me lately. I […]

It’s One Lovely, Illuminating World

I am so blessed. I have been nominated for two more awards this week from two very talented bloggers! Thank you Valerie from So It Must Be True for nominating me for The Illuminating Blogger Award! Share 1 Random Thing: I believe in alien existence… on another note, I’ve been watching a lot of X […]

Five Uplifting Songs

“If you are not living in JOY, you are out of integrity with your Soul.” Michael Bernard Beckwith “JOY springs from within; no one makes you joyous; you choose joyfulness.” Unknown “True JOY results when we become aware of our connectedness to everything.”  Paul Persall Here are some of my favourite songs that uplift me every […]

Creative Chaos

A big thank you Genie from Genie Speaks for nominating me for the Creative Chaos Award. She is a Reiki master who writes a blog focusing on her own spiritual journey. Really good stuff! First Task: Share 3 weird things that you do. The real challenge here, is choosing just 3 things… 1.      I do […]

Why I am a Pain in the Butt and Like it That Way

I am the biggest pain in the butt I know. My medical doctor, veterinarian, and dentist would agree.  It’s not that I’m rude or disrespectful to them. It’s that, unlike the majority of the people they deal with, I ask questions. Questions like: Why are you prescribing my cat an antibiotic when she only has […]

Dear Diet

Dear Diet, I’m writing this letter to let you know that I am leaving you forever. We’ve been together on and off for years, and, let’s face it; things haven’t been good. When I met you, I was hopeful that you would be the one to make me happy, but it wasn’t long until things […]

My Kind of Mother

It is my belief that before we come into the world, we choose our parents. The ones that we choose may not always say the right thing, or do the right thing–they may not be perfect–but we choose them still, because they are the only ones who can help us understand much of what we […]