Rediscovering magic

It has been almost 7 months since my last post here. It has been a whirlwind of change and has taken me this long to find just the right time to begin anew here. We are back at our sanctuary home in the country woods of western Massachusetts and my soul feel at home..at peace. 

it is now winter and everything is quiet and still. A time of reflection, deep thinking and facing the darkness which always means find the light within ourselves. This morning as I went outside with my dog I noticed the large yellow full December moon slipping behind the trees on the hill. A magical moment that could not be captured by film, but in my mind and heart. Magical moments happen a lot around here and the photographer in me wants to record and save these to remember those moments, but it is never the same. So I am learning to slow down and live these moments fully. I am taking the end of this year as a turning point, to begin anew. Live more simply, less distracted, more present. I also will be adding here more frequently my thoughts and of course imagery I encounter in my magical explorations. 

Posted on December 14, 2016 and filed under Explorations.

Sacred Spaces

Sacred Spaces ~ This special spot behind our barn is one of those sacred spaces for me. It’s a place where time stands still, everything is silent and I am able to tap into the rhythm and energy of nature all around. So much insight is gained during these moments, insight that seems beyond anything we can explain..we just know. I live for moments like this, as it is when I feel the most alive. Daily life and our typical routines seem like sleepwalking in comparison. 

Looking forward to rediscovering all my sacred spaces back home - to the wild fields, forests and meadows and losing myself in all the wonder.

Posted on April 29, 2016 .

New England here we come!

After two years living here in the PNW, we are finally going back home to our beautiful sanctuary home in Shelburne, MA. This experience living here with my husband to be has been special and we have grown tremendously. We were able to explore this little northern corner of the US and live a relatively quiet life yet our roots are in New England. What I really missed the most was living so connected to nature..pristine nature. We have so many dreams to fulfill when we move back such as getting chickens, beekeeping and of course gardening like crazy. I hope to get a nice herbal garden going and for it to grow each year. See you in the summer!

Posted on April 6, 2016 .

Tulip Heaven

t's that time of year again when the colors explode with life and the sun stays out longer. The wonderful sights and scents of Spring!

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Posted on March 31, 2016 .