I’m sending you a BIG HUG right now, with ALL of my heart. Life has changed radically in the last week with the virus pandemic and sometimes it’s more than our system can handle, and then we take a deep breath and carry on, one scary step at a time. We are survivors like that,

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It’s been awhile since I’ve written, almost 3 months in fact. The longest I’ve gone without writing since I started writing 10 years ago. I’ve been cocooning, drawing into my internal landscape, unsure of where I’m heading or what’s next. I still don’t. But what I do know is that I miss connecting with you.

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I often find the simplest moments are often the most profound. And they can come at any time from any one or any thing. It’s our job to be open to noticing them. To feel them. To honor them. One of my heart beings in this world is a 7 year old boy named Whit

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Hi there Angela,I opened up my garage door for her – the young woman who came by to possibly buy the futon I had for sale. She and her friend looked at it, sat in it, and said, “Yes, we’ll take it. It’s our first piece of furniture we’re buying and it’s perfect.”  I replied

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As I watched the snow fall yesterday after a 65 degree day on Friday, I’m reminded of the dramatic Montana weather. Just like life, it can change drastically from easy peasy to downright challenging.  I experienced this last month when the City of Bozeman came to replace the underground 90 year old lead and galvanized

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I love the warmth of summer, but the moment it turns to fall, my body does a little happy dance too. Time to spend evenings on the couch reading my new favorite book, or trying a new recipe (I’m kinda getting into this cooking thing – miracles never cease to happen!). The fun mania of

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Summer in Montana is a bit manic. We’re all trying to fit in everything we can outside in the short amount of time we have. I heard a great joke recently from my friend Kathleen when it snowed on summer solstice (seriously, it did): Two Montanan’s were talking and one said, “Gosh, I really love

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This time of year begs to be heard. One walk in nature, and she’s singing her highest notes of grandeur at us and with us. She brings us home within and reminds us of what matters and what is True.  Out on a bike ride yesterday I turned away from the incoming thunderstorm and then

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