Intuitive Harassment ~ By Laurie Fisher

In 2002, I really wanted to buy a house to use as a rental property to supplement my minimalistic musician’s earnings . . build some equity.  Alas, then as now, self-employed folk musicians have a hard time qualifying for a mortgage.  SO, back in 2002, A friend with a day job and I were going […]

When The Ordinary Becomes Miraculous ~ By Kyle P. Harper ~

  My name is Kyle P. Harper, and my story begins on September 15, 2007. It was a Friday afternoon and I was at home with my wife, her mother and my 4-day-old daughter Avery, my first child. We were exhausted new parents trying to figure out how to integrate a new life into our […]

Cooking For Tango

Cooking for Tango  ~Cheryl Pallant~   “Why no husband,” she asks. Moony grabs hold of my arm and adopts me as her mother within a half hour of our meeting. Warm heart,” she says of me. Her mom died soon after Moony’s birth and would be my age if alive. Moony pulls family, friends, and, […]

An Intuitive Tail

Guidance comes in many ways, often ways that don’t make sense, even so, I feel it is important to listen and follow. This intuitional “tail/tale” is a sharing on how one of my pets who had passed-on ,guided me to our next dog. Both were amazing dogs that helped our family through many challenging years. […]

Sharing Of A Couple’s Vision Board

It is wonderful to have a map in the road of life, and yes, sometimes we find ourselves on a different road than originally planned. I find that the clearer we are at connecting with our true self, our inner self, the more powerfully and alive we are in the direction our lives turn. Vision […]

Two lives joining together

One of the things that Roger and I wanted to do at our wedding two years ago was to find a way to involve everyone with our union. We both have full lives with a lot of friends and family. One of the ideas that Roger came up with was having everyone bring a piece […]

Hiking Mt. LeConte- day two

            Sweet Llamas                    and            11 miles down     We set our alarm to watch the sunrise, but decided against it when we stayed there in the nice cozy bed feeling our aching muscles. We still got up early since there was no electricity and breakfast was at 8am. We […]

Hiking Mt. LeConte- day one

Hike to Top of Mt. LeConte-day one Six weeks ago Roger and I took a hike in the Smokie Mountains National Park up to Mt. LeConte. Mt. LeConte is quite beautiful! Halfway up our 5 ½ mile hike up we realized that this was going to be quite the adventure as we held the cables […]

Preparing to Trek in the Himalayas

The trek to Mt. Everest base camp in Nepal is really not a long distance, we will be trekking about 30 miles to the base camp and 30 miles back to Lukla. The big deal is the altitude. We will be taking a little hopper plane from Kathmandu into Lukla, which is where our trekking […]