People and dog behavior can be more alike than different. A humorous look at the Dog Whisperer.
Most think being haunted requires a creaky old house where a person died unexpectedly. The shock of a fall, suicide, or murder traps them between our world and the next. They believe these lost souls spend their days shackled to a place and a moment in time. That’s not always how it happens. My house... Continue Reading →
31 days. Slanted October light slices through the trees, casting shadows that creep across the withered landscape. Trees groan when wind claws brittle leaves from their branches. In shades of gold and blood-red scarlet to tawny brown they pirouette and spiral high in the sky, then sigh in resignation and finally rest upon the ground to... Continue Reading →
In one of my first classes at Wanderlust Yoga Festival, the meditation instructor told us to ask the universe the ultimate question. "Who am I?" I asked, "Should I be a writer?" I mean, I spend a majority of my time writing blog posts, screenplays and books. My first book took years. What if I'm supposed... Continue Reading →
Three months ago, I made a doctor's appointment and I waited and waited and waited. Ever wonder why?
There are many kinds of old thoughts. The most common are negative. We play out scenes where we have felt loss or have been wounded long ago. They’re on a loop.
Usually, I'm totally psyched about America's Birthday. I've always looked forward to the 4th of July, but this year something is lurking in the back of my mind. I am very afraid. It all started a few weeks ago. I had an earworm. That's not unusual. Many of us have experienced a song that got stuck... Continue Reading →
I'm ready. My bags are packed and the drinks are on ice. Soon, I'll be on the road. My husband, Danny, and I will travel almost thousand miles in two days. We've driven more miles in less time, but plan to stop along the way. What kind of adventures are ahead? There will be quite... Continue Reading →
We hosted our two children, my son's girlfriend and four dogs for Father's Day. After a hike at Brainard Lake, they deserved a treat. Can you give this photo a caption? They're begging for one.
With several California trips on the horizon and a vacation in Vancouver and Whistler planned for the end of July, I had to scramble to book a kennel for our Bichon, Roxy. I'm not sure what the price per day is in your area, but it has gotten expensive here in Boulder. My husband, Danny,... Continue Reading →