Experience Found Surviving Cancer


There is more experience found surviving cancer that is worth having than any accolade of certification can ever match. If, or rather shall I say, when we uncover and start to acknowledge the… Continue reading

Stones to Assist Successful 2nd Chances


Today 2/2/2014 is Groundhog Day, a day synonymous with second chances. It is a perfect day to sit quietly and reflect on your life. Revisit and acknowledge what actions you have made that… Continue reading

Revisit – Revise – Release


I received and very appropriate email from a kind spirit in Atlanta, Don Simmons. In his email he mentioned February is named after the Latin term “februum”, which means purification. He goes on to… Continue reading

Is the sky blue or clear, a shade of gray or purple?


The older I get, the more aware I am that we each see things differently. We may be looking at the very exact same object, but our take on what we are viewing… Continue reading

Do you struggle with control?


I witnessed an interesting struggle with control between women…Can we say scary? They are long-term ovarian cancer survivors. They gathered, as they do each month, to celebrate life – to support each other… Continue reading

Dreams Come True


Dreams come true Take action Make changes Become what you want to be Your dreams can come true. Dreams come true in reality only, and I repeat only, when action leads to making… Continue reading

Stone Therapy You Can Wear


Get ready for the holidays…create something beautifully unique. Contact me to learn how we can create something special together.

Is your world as small as mine?


Is your world as small as mine? Maybe it is because the older I become the smaller my world gets or perhaps it is because I have survived cancer that I become more… Continue reading

What have you done? – Part II


What have you done? – Part II Let’s go back to our childhood response from yesterday’s post, the child’s response to What have you done? If we would apply our behavior to present… Continue reading

What have you done?


What have you done? This question rings loud and clear to a child when a parent asks, What have you done?  Immediately the child’s imagination tries to create some answer that sways the… Continue reading