Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Invisible Bridge

My head believes in the Invisible Bridge–that wonderful bridge that connects me to the Universe and allows my needs to be met if “Do the Work” and “Follow the Connections.”  But it is clear that my body needs to see and feel the … Continue reading

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Me and My Pal Frank

Chuck had his last day at the Base on Friday. But he started the day with a phone interview for a short-term tech contract in Austin. They met all of his criteria for such a gig, so he told the … Continue reading

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Language

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”  My mom said this as probably every other parent on the planet.  I don’t believe this anymore.  I think words can leave a big impression, especially if the … Continue reading

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Feeling Abundant

There are several things that really make me feel abundant. One is Starbuck’s Italian Roast ground for my French Press.  It used to be their lattes but after drinking this strong, thick wonderful coffee, I find the lattes too milky.  I … Continue reading

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Great Books

There are three books that I would like to plug. They have all really helped me or are helping me. The first one is Creating a Life Worth Living.  It is the book that got me on my path from accountant … Continue reading

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Ready or Not, Here We Go

I have been very fortunate that my husband, Chuck, has been employed for the last three years with a job that has supported us both, given us insurance, and allowed us to rest and regroup from our previous self-employment adventures. … Continue reading

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