Before the Play is Done


Epigram MY soul, sit thou a patient looker-on; Judge not the play before the play is done: Her plot hath many changes; every day Speaks a new day; the last act crowns the play. Frances Quarles   From the first moment that I met Margaret, I was blown away. It was my first day of watercolor […]



 This  week, something a little different to inspire you with. A poem, one of my favorites, and one that fits in well with the Journey we are taking to the Center of our Heart. The Journey we are taking together is largely one of personal integrity, of promises kept to ourselves and others, and of […]

All The Lonely People


“All the lonely people, where do they all come from. All the lonely people where do they all belong.” ~Eleanor Rigby, The Beatles The first time I heard the song Eleanor Rigby, I cried. I was a little girl in pigtails, but I could see poor Eleanor in my mind, her tragic life laid out […]

Amazing Mountains

Amazing Mountains

Imagine discovering that the child you have just given birth to, the one that has come fresh from your womb after nine tiring months, the one that has just sucked in his first life-giving breath and wailed his first cry has been diagnosed with the life sentence of Cerebral Palsy. Imagine for one moment, the […]

Changing Colors

Changing Colors

At my desk in front of me is a never been used, fresh box of 64 different brilliant non-toxic Crayola Crayons with the built-in sharpener. I store them in my equally brilliant Crayola crayon box that has pictures of happy animated smiling crayons on the cover and a white rectangle name-tag space that says THIS […]