MIssing Girls – My friend’s Daughter

My Friend’s Daughter Ran Away Friends! This is urgent! MISSING CHILDREN! New York – CA – Miami – AZ – New OrleansI just received news from my friend and bandmate, Diana – her daughter Brooke (also goes by Brooklyn) and Brooke’s friend Mia have run away. They are 15 and 14 years old, it sounds […]

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The Hills get Higher

“If we’re to live up to our own time, then victory won’t lie in the blade, but in in all of the bridges we’ve made.” – Amanda Gorman

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Writing Prompt 49 – No choice Get Clear

This week in the stars: Mars Conjunct Uranus in Taurus – Sudden new awareness and a need to take assertive action begin a two-year cycle on what you value.

Change.

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Fear, Love, Gratitude and the Election

Originally posted on cosmic holly:
Letter I wrote the day after the election.  Hi, I don’t know what’s going to happen – and that is a scary feeling. Currently, it feels like all is lost – my spirit feels like it’s trying to jump out of my body – but the pit in my stomach…

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APril Fool’s Journey (into) 2021: TemperAnce

“Even a happy life must be tempered with a measure of sadness, and the word happy would lose its meaning were it not balanced with sadness. It is far better to take things as they come with patience and equanimity.” – Carl Jung

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Be Unapologetic About What you Desire

Making music and reclaiming my power.

Rock ‘n’ roll makes everything better.

Music is the perfect meditation – it can only be done in the moment, the mind cannot wander, and it is a practice that is cumulative.

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Writing Prompt 47 – Pearls

On Writing

Breathe the sentence in. Exhale the sentence. Inhale and exhale each word. Now inhale and exhale the sentence. Then, go! There is only one rule, keep your hand moving. Don’t worry about grammar, spelling, or punctuation. If you feel stuck, keep writing anyway. Try going back to the prompt and write it out until other words arise, then write those—or, repeat the last word you wrote again and again until new words appear—or, write, “I am stuck,” or “I can’t think of anything,” as long as you keep your hand moving. Writing is physical, the words will move through your body and come out of your hand—just keep it moving. Now go – for five, ten, fifteen minutes . .   (when you are done, feel free to share your work in the comments – or share on your own blog) 

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