my secret garden

A few months ago, as I was scanning Craigslist postings for a place to live, my eyes suddenly met with an intriguing caption: "In-town Apartment in Grand Queen Anne Victorian... private garden-like grounds... bamboo forest... rooms with 13' ceilings... original woodwork... vintage fireplaces... too unique to fully describe." My heart leapt! And then the dreaded (all too familiar), "cats are … Continue reading my secret garden


trust in transition

A wise teacher once told me to think of my life in terms of cycles, as gradual and ever-changing as the seasons. We may live in a world of lightning-speed, but our souls are connected to nature. Just as I can’t expect to plant a seed and immediately see a flower, I can’t expect myself … Continue reading trust in transition