Little One

This is my oldest son and his daughter (my only granddaughter… so far).  I don’t know what it is about babies that is so enthralling, but I could watch her for hours.  Maybe it is that everything mesmerizes her… everything is an adventure.  Oh, to remember that everything is a miracle!

Thriving With Autism

I walk nearly every day. While I’m walking, I listen to personal growth mp3’s, webcasts, podcasts, or radio programs. As I walk and listen, I frequently begin composing my blog post for the day, often unintentionally. Tonight was no different. Today was my youngest son’s 12th birthday. Although all children go through things as they … More Thriving With Autism

Broccoli Greens and Being a Good Steward

My son planted a garden for me this spring.  So far, we have enjoyed red leaf lettuce and butter crisp lettuce from it.  I have also used the spearmint we’ve grown in a cucumber and pineapple dish that I love, and in iced tea.  Because my broccoli began flowering, I researched whether I should toss … More Broccoli Greens and Being a Good Steward

Relax

Twice today, I was reminded how relaxation can benefit me in so many ways.  The first time was when a support partner suggested a form of relaxation as a way to regain focus on a rather large goal.  The second time was when the facilitator of another group led the group in a relaxation exercise. … More Relax

Design Your Life: Abundance

The Institute for Self Actualization (isa) has been a huge help along my path.  I have been a part of this community for 15 years and I highly recommend any seminar they offer.  I have done most of them and have assisted and helped coordinate events ranging from the weekend-long Experience to the 10-day international youth … More Design Your Life: Abundance