Monthly Archives: January 2017

For the Week of January 29, 2017: Opening the Boxes of Memory

 “The effects of moving are experienced in the body, in the imagination, in the realm of desire. What the eye sees, what the body feels, what the heart yearns for, what remains and what has been lost — these are … Continue reading

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For the Week of January 22, 1017: We Can; I Can

Early this morning, I checked my emails and scanned the Facebook posts appearing from yesterday’s massive protest women’s marches across the country.  I kept returning to the images of the hundreds of thousands of women and men around the world … Continue reading

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For the Week of January 15, 2017: There’s No “How To” for Navigating Life

I’ve been talking back to Siri, the voice on my iPhone that directs my travel on the freeways and streets of San Diego County.  She’s sometimes unreliable, mapping what should be a drive to a place ten or fifteen miles … Continue reading

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For the Week of January 8, 2017: Letting Go To Move Forward

As 2017 begins, I’ve been propelled into transition.  My husband and I are deep in plans for our move across the country, and along with the excitement for what’s ahead, there is the bittersweet of letting go.   I‘ve begun examining … Continue reading

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