Tripping around the sun

After my dark morning stroll, I pulled one of my favorite cards, Three of Cups for my birthday.

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December 2019 Events

from left to right - Paul, Heather, and Holly relaxing in Sedona

Party Lights!

Closing out 2019 with music by the Lofi Sofias and the Conduits. Turn your party lights on.

New Year’s Eve join me for Oms and Eats in the early afternoon – then in the early evening, a porch party with the Conduits – ending just in time for the Pine Cone Drop (or a decent night’s sleep).

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Change, Art, and Meaning across Generations

This week, I posed for three local artists after taking quite a long break from the work. I had forgotten how my mind sort of spins as my body becomes a landscape. There is a shift in my perception, like I am taking in light.

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What if I told you, “You are enough?”

The right to be alive. First Chakra. Our connection to Earth and to the Cosmos. Our right to be free. How are you supported in your right to be? Can you look in the mirror and say, “I am enough?” How does it feel to know that your being alive is enough? I am proposing […]

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May 2015 Good Vibe Challenge

At least once a day for the next month open your arms and say, “I am open and receptive to all the good and abundance in the universe. Thank you Life.” Notice how you feel. Make note of your general vibe the first time you do this, and then again at the end of the month. […]

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Squeezing Time and Letting Go

When I ride I get clarity on things. Last night it became clear to me that I am afraid that if I have a career as an artist (and/or writer), I will not be able to maintain a love relationship. That fear has got to go! For me, career is part of my identity. Since last spring, I’ve stopped pushing creative work; I’ve been reevaluating what is important to me. Mostly, I’d rather cook and enjoy a shared meal, or stay in bed lying close to my man, than carve out the time for art. It’s been good to relax, though sometimes I feel like I’ve found myself in the middle of deep water with no land in sight. Maybe I am overfilling the well!

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