Month: June 2010

Day Ten-Hisssssssss

Disclaimer-No it wasn’t the kind in the picture and no it wasn’t that big. Yes, I was scared enough that it could have been! If I were a superstitious person I might say I jinxed myself by being pre-occupied hoping…

Day Seven

The “kids” and I are getting along fine now that they know who is really in charge. Okay…so it took a little prompting. All I had to do was hang my cast iron skillet and a pillow case in the…

Day Four

Day four…the chickens are still alive and well and I’m still alive and well too. I’m getting the hang of this now and it’s not AS bad as I thought it would be, especially now that the ground is drying…

It's All About Love

The next three weeks are going to be a time of learning and awareness for me and looking at a few things with a different perspective. I am in charge of the chickens and guineas and I’m already learning it’s…

Past Events

Two Buddhist monks were walking just after a thunderstorm. They came to a swollen stream. A beautiful, young Japanese woman in a kimono stood there wanting to cross to the other side, but she was afraid of the currents. One…

Acceptance

After the age of nine, I grew up with a lot of insecurities. Those of you who are regular readers know my history and likely understand the reasons for those insecurities and lack of self-esteem. Besides the “secretive” things I…

Living Between Steps

I read a story of two men, a Professor and a soldier named Ralph, who met at an airport walking to the luggage conveyor belt to retrieve their luggage. As they were walking down the concourse Ralph kept disappearing. Once…

Removing the Veil

Paul knew that everything he said or wrote was likely to be distorted by false teachers. False teachers who claimed to be apostles were challenging his authority and integrity. In his letter to the Corinthian church he reminds them why…