Tag Archives: transition

Riding Scooters in Vietnam: A Metaphor for Learning to Trust

  My travels through Thailand, Laos, and now Vietnam have opened me up to more of the world.  To new experiences, fresh beauty, wonderful new foods, and new fears as well.  I have eaten crickets, laid my head on a … Continue reading

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Tiger Too….

List of things to do this summer:  Have a deeply spiritual and life-changing experience while traveling Return home and volunteer again at Wanderlust, where I hope to have a deeply spiritual experience. Work on making my yard into a walking … Continue reading

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Ode to an Old Friend

He is following me around the house like a lumbering, elderly wolf.  It is as if he knows.  The last time we did this was a year and a half ago, but perhaps he remembers.  Back then, he could still … Continue reading

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Airplanes, Stars, and Wishes

“Can we pretend that airplanes in the night sky are like shooting stars?  I could really use a wish right now…” I don’t understand how flight works.  Birds I get.  They’re little, they have feathers and broad wings, which they … Continue reading

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Back to Reality Kicking and Screaming….

Life is weird.  You think you’ve got it all figured out, and then it turns out that you don’t.  And even when it’s figured out, it’s a little scary.  When NOTHING is settled, it’s terrifying.  I once told a friend … Continue reading

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