Monthly Archives: March 2016

What it looks like

When it’s not raining this is what late winter looks like here. It also looks like loads of coffee and tea while I do that woman thing of trying to do to much. This is particular to this season though. As I have progressed with living a really intentional life, I have fallen much more in the rhythms of the seasons.

 Winter finds me snuggled down in a cozy chair with a books and journals. As the world spins towards spring the energy shifts and everything is waking up. I think of myself more like a circus performer balancing on a ball, balancing a bunch of stuff on my nose and head and juggling. 

Work is intense this time of year for me and the garden needs all the attention of a newborn. Longer days stretch in front of me with the promise of you can do it all just have one more cup of tea.

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Have some Tea and catch up

I haven’t written here in so long. I have ideas and thoughts tumbling around in my head but like so many people life just takes over at times. A day goes by then another, and before you know it weeks and years have passed. I am not sure if a full year has passed but thought maybe today would be a good day to stop by, and say hi.

It is almost spring in my part of the world. The plum tree is in full bloom and the garden beds need some attention. I like the feeling of energy in the air as winter melts into spring with impossibly blue skies one day and rain the next.

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