Wednesday, September 22, 2010


So summer has began to fade ... I can feel the crispness returning to the morning air!
The summer has been quite a journey. I have learned many things during the last three moons.
One that seems so prevalent to me now, which is learning how to contribute socially yet not at my own expense... It is such a fine line. I am grate-full to my friend, Jim Belcher, for helping to firmly display this lesson to me. This has been a hard lesson to take in,especially at the height of being involved with many organizations and groups, that require my time.

I was blessed to travel to England with my family. We learned so much about the harvest time of the year. We were able to identify several indigenous edible plants and trees. The land was laden with the fruits of the growing season. I find myself sitting in gratitude frequently for all the amazing experiences of this past year...

I hope that everyone will take the time to go outside
and revel in the crispness of the morning air!

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?

I truly want to know!
Come share your personal creativity on May 21, 2010
at the very first community gathering of Transition Orlando!
Be a part of your future!
Check out the details at

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Spring has sprung!

It seems that Spring is finally upon us! After this long Winter, I am so glad that it is truly here.
One of the most important things to remember about Spring is that is a time of renewal and growth. On that note this is a great time for a Spring time cleanse! There are several ways to cleanse the body. A trip to the library or a browse of your favorite informational place can give you natural ways to cleanse the body. Although, I think allowing the simplicity of the season to lead us in a few things we often overlook.
Get outside, enjoy breathing the beautiful warmth in the air...
go for a stroll, stretch and breathe deeply... the most cleansing thing you can do!

As for me, I will be out in the garden revelling in the
Magic of the season!

Spring Blessings!