March 7, 2018

Designing this summer’s journey has been a roller coaster ride! Several itineraries have taken the stage, been proposed, envisioned, and evaluated. I sadly let go of my Ridgerunning job for this summer, replacing it with a progression of family visits and long distance walking. Now, yet another version calls! It evokes my allegiance to family to take center stage, letting other passions wait in the wings for another season.

My mom needs assistance!

So, I’m now looking at spending my summer with her in Ohio!

She’s been living on her own happily and safely at home, hiring part-time helpers and frequently welcoming family visitors. She rented a beautiful house in Florida for a month, providing weeklong vacations for four of my siblings.

Now, that’s not enough. It’s time for more consistent companionship!

It took some courage on my part to step up to organize a spontaneous conference call with my 8 siblings to talk about the situation.  I soon realized that was an old S.T.O.R.Y.  I found out that we are all concerned and dedicated to supporting her having a workable living arrangement ASAP and that my organizing is appreciated.

I still have Forgiveness Walks on my calendar, including a fun and exhilarating rendition of Wild Wind Journey Day in Atlanta on June 10. I’m heartily excited to meet up with Barbara to sing her songs that our courage to step into our own “Wild Wind”. I’m also excited to be complementing Barbara’s songs with the three meditative exercises of my Walk for a Singing Heart to support us stepping into that Wild Wind with our physical senses engaged, our nonphysical energy centers awakened, and our connections with our Higher Self embraced.

Did you save the date, June 10th?

If you’re interested in Wild Wind Journey Day, even if you can’t make it to Atlanta, or can’t make it that day, please click this link and indicate your interest in Wild Wind Journey Day 

Or, just hit reply and start an email chat!  What’s happening in your heart’s journey this week?

In joy,





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