Dropping Fears

I recently read a blog post from one of my mentors, Terry DeMeo, http://www.thewayfinderpost.com/life-begins-at-the-edge-of-your-comfort-zone/, as seen on the Wayfinder Post. This blog was about reclaiming courage over fear of heights, which I can relate to and this brought me to a related thought about where these fears come from, how […]


Lion

Lions Calling

This is my memory of our last game drive at Londolozi. Please forgive any inaccuracies in my account. No notes were taken and it is my memory after all. We were back in our room after dinner at about nine p.m. on the last night of our stay at Londolozi.  […]


I Love You, I Love Me

I am at one of my favorite places on the planet right now and doing the needed spring clean up from the winter winds, mice and dust. I am opening camp! Yay! I am in the quaint, quiet town of North Hero, Vermont, which sits on one of a string […]

View of Butler Island from North Hero

Deeply Sweet

I want you to notice, really take time to notice that signs of change are here. It still feels like winter most days but the sun is stronger, days are longer and the sap is starting to run from the maple trees.  While it is “mud season” here in Vermont, […]


Don’t Be A Turkey! No, On Second Thought, Be A Turkey!

It is late in the year and something a bit different is occurring in nature in our area. We are seeing more wild animals than usual and it is because there is less of their natural food available in the woods. There are few acorns or beechnuts from the trees, […]

Turkeys

The Perfect Wedding

We were invited with the whole of our extended family to a beautiful bay in mid-coast Maine for a family wedding.  The weekend turned out to be one of awe and inspiration for my family members and friends who shared the ideal wedding day with the bride and groom. I […]


Support = Release

Support = Release is a reference to something I have been doing a lot lately. I have periodically experienced lower back pain….along with neck, shoulders, hips, elbows, migraines……you get the idea. Anyway, the focus right now is my back. I love to travel but my lower back does not. In […]


The Seasons are Changing. Is it Time for You to Change Too?

I have been picking up lots of fallen sticks lately. They are coming down from the trees because of the fall winds. My husband calls this “natural pruning”. He was educated as a wildlife biologist early in life so after many years, I still hear lots of biology jargon. The […]