I hope, however, that you can still listen for the birdsong. Stand in the crisp, clear, cold, with your eyes closed, for just a moment, and open your heart. Hear the distant trill, the chirrup, and the warble, and know from the depths of your soul that you are hearing the promise of spring.
From my Important Info page: Email: This is my preferred method, because it has the benefit that only one of us (me) has to be free at the appointment time. If I am derailed by life in general, I can still fit the session in at my first opportunity without having to put clients through the…
As I’ve mentioned several times, one of the herb we’re using to help Ryder (who is now 5 months post diagnosis with hemangiosarcoma) is a Chinese herbal preparation called Yunnan Baiyao. Today, I listened to an excellent presentation on YouTube, with Dr Demian Dressler and Dog Cancer Answers, that goes in depth into the herb, and how it helps with these bleeding cancers.
My holiday wish for all of you is that you find, every single day, something special that fills your heart with gratitude. May it be something wonderful that, no matter how dire things seem around you, or how worrisome the world looks at this given moment, the joy of your thanksgiving overflows and fills your life with light and hope.
I’m just posting a quick update to let folks know that yes, I am available to do email sessions, pretty much every day (other than Sundays).
Twenty Twenty. To say that this year has been a challenge would be a major understatement. We entered the year thinking “20/20” would mean perfect vision. What we have found instead has been far from crystal clarity. And yet, we are here, facing its close, and still somehow holding on to hope that the next year will be better.