On every journey, it is important to take some tangible piece of love, to remind you that you are never alone, and if you choose well, you might even remember to play!
It doesn’t matter where you are or what you are doing. What matters is how you are BEING with another person. Are you fully present, listening and engaged? That can make all the difference.
Is a verbal “I love you ” the same as a written letter? Which holds more staying power over the years?
The second experience was last night when I shared the evening with a group of ladies who all work at Regis High School. Their small WISE group read my book and asked me to come discuss with them. The love and friendship shared among these women was clear to me from the start, and I […]
My daughter Sarah will leave school today to lead a retreat. The Kairos retreat is a significant experience in the lives of students who attend Jesuit institutions. At Regis High School, students attend Kairos in the junior year and have the opportunity to lead a group at the retreat in their senior year. I […]
Today, I walked the labyrinth at Unity on the Avenue Church on 17th Avenue in Denver. It was the first date I had with myself for a very long time. Here are some of the lessons I learned on my journey today: There is no wrong or right way to move through life- there is […]
If there was ever a doubt in my mind about who my market is as I do more speaking and sell my books, today’s gathering of women confirmed that I am in the right place, doing the work I am supposed to be doing. An amazing giving woman named Lois read my book in less […]