Early Widowhood: Downtime

If you’ve been reading my previous six posts about the death of my husband at sixty-eight years-old, you may have received the impression that I filled my days with frantic activity to defer the moment when I had to confront the loss. That wasn’t the case at all. After the first three weeks, which were…

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Fire Walking Like Oprah

This past fall I had a profound experience that shifted my life trajectory and elevated my energy to stratospheric heights. It literally resuscitated the joy back into me. That’s what walking on 2100 degree hot coals will do to you. I wasn’t aware I had old stories or limiting beliefs that were holding me back….

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