Day 98 of 365: “be weak”

“When did this happen?” the EA (Emotions Anonymous) member asked me. “Last night,” I said. She was visibly shocked. “Wow! You’re doing way better than I was in that situation. I was a mess. You’re really holding it together!” She said this like it was a good thing. “My issue isn’t with being able to […]

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Day 95 of 365: “do nothing” — advice from 90-year-old me.

I walked into the room, though the silence of my footsteps made it seem I was floating. I remember it was breezy, surprisingly breezy. The air was fresh and circulating in a gentle yet convincing whirlwind between the two open windows on either side of the bed. There were thin curtains caressing each window, white […]

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Day 93 of 365: random lines from favorite books

One of my favorite things to do is pick up a book, flip to a page, and read the first line or couple lines I see. I frequently get chills because of how spot-on the readings are for what I’m going through at the time. So, That’s what I’m gonna’ do with this entry. Leaving […]

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Day 20 of 365: A surprise dose of business clarity

Today, after a beautifully messy therapy session, I stopped by a metaphysical shop where I let my intuition pick out a stone from the giant wall of crystals/stones/fossils. I closed my eyes and walked in the direction that felt correct. I walked to the left, squatted down, and picked up a fossil called Orthoceras. I’d […]

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Day 7 of 365: So I was flapping my arms by a lake, and…

I just returned from an evening walk. To strangers, walking one mile at a moderate pace may not seem like a feat. However, prior to my surgery four weeks ago (I had breast implants + silicone-filled lymph nodes removed), trudging around the cul-de-sac would have been a victory for me. I was exhausted, lethargic, and […]

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