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The Beginning of My Nordic Playlist

Dec. 18, 2018 - On a January night about five years ago, I was listening to a program on Hearts of Space called "Winter Solstice". I was familiar with Hearts of Space and its slogan, "Slow Music For Fast Times", but I didn't turn on the radio to hear this particular...

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Coming to a Conclusion

I have come to the conclusion that awareness is everything. This isn’t a new idea. In fact, it is ancient. However, it is the way events unfold in our lives that determines our familiarity with and acceptance of ancient principles and truths. My experiences the last...

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One Foot Over the Rim

After my mother died, a company with whom my husband and I do business called me. They wanted to arrange a time to deliver something to our home. The next afternoon, one of their associates brought us a beautiful, white orchid. This associate had lost her parents. She...

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Filling the Crater

It’s been a year and a half since my mother died and I plummeted into an emotional crater. However, I’m starting to peep over the edge and it’s because of something that happened over the holidays. My sister and her family visited with us. During this time, references...

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Triggers are everywhere. After a death, the sense of smell can be either a big problem or a big relief depending on where a person is in the grief process. Examples that many people can identify with include suddenly sniffing the air around you because you’re caught...

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Stripped Down

I went away to the woods, stayed a month and finished a manuscript. The time became an adventure in stripping down to essentials. The most obvious example was the landscape itself. Winter leached out its summer and autumn appearance. The closer and longer I looked,...

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