Dear friend, I hope this little message finds you well and savoring the possibilities of this day
The other day, I was cooking while my nephew, Miles, was playing. My house is set up so that as I cut vegetables by the sink, I could see and hear everything that was happening in the adjoining room.
Here is what I witnessed…Miles had Star Wars figures, some Little People, a farm puzzle, and the orange pillow from the couch spread out across the room. Several of the figurin
Dear friends, I hope this little message finds each of you well and savoring the sunshine on this breezy spring day. In my last little letter to you, I quote the wise and wonderful Marianne Williamson. I have been thinking a lot about her words, ‘Your playing small does not serve the world.’ The problem is that I have tried most of my life not to be as BIG as I am, rather to be just a little bit smaller. You see, growing up BIG was the way my Mom described herself physically
I hope this little message finds you well and reveling in the invitation of this day.
Each time I have attempted to write what feels like my first ‘real’ blog post for this new adventure, I find myself creating a story about all of the ways I will fall short, all of the things that make me not good enough, and all of the reasons that I am unworthy of your time, attention, trust.
This story and the analysis paralysis of swirling that follows it comes from