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Easter Week 2019

“Holy darkness, blessed night Heaven’s answer hidden from our sight As we await you, O God of silence We embrace your holy night” ~ Holy Darkness Broken records I don’t need to continue to sound like a broken record and lament about how busy I am or how crazy life is. You ALL can infer that based on my lack ….

Wanderlusting: Back to the Mountains I Go

“How glorious a greeting the sun gives the mountains!” ~ John Muir Family Time Life has been a tad crazy the last couple weeks, and I needed a technology detox. While I couldn’t step completely away from all of you, ( I would miss you to much for that!) I decided to release myself from the pressure I constantly put ….

Wanderlusting: Family Time is the Best Time

“The most important thing in the world is family and love.” ~ John Wooden Delays and Anxiety Last week I headed home and as you read here, travel was a nightmare, but Delta legit wooed me, letting me wait in the Sky Lounge, security was a breeze, and of course PEET’S! (Seriously they need to change their name and add ….

Ode to Summer Recap

“Good-byes are hard, but life is about changes.” ~ Patty Loveless Unofficial End of Summer It is hard to believe that here in the US the official unofficial end to Summer has arrived: Labor Day. For me it ended a few days early, when I headed back to New York on Wednesday, bidding adieu to the White Mountains where I ….

The Lil Miss

“It is the nature of babies to be in bliss.” ~ Deepak Chopra A week ago Tuesday, after much anticipation, I got the sweetest call from my precious three year old nephew and aunt could receive. In his sweet little voice he exclaimed “Auntie Kate, Pip Jacquelyn!” Which he then repeated several times. Carter phoned me with all his exuberance to tell me ….

The Teachings of the Young

“A babe in the house is a well-spring of pleasure, a messenger of peace and love, a resting place for innocence on earth, a link between angels and men.” ~ Martin Farquhar Tupper Growing up I never envisaged myself with children. At first it was age, then it was health reasons. Then the world seemed to fall apart. Even when ….

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