To lose yourself

I am thinking about my past today, and just remembered one of my biggest fears growing up. My Grandmother had Alzheimer’s (or what we thought was Alzheimer’s). As I slowly watched her lose her memories, I wondered what life is like for her. What did it feel like to […]

Joanna Macy

Originally posted on Laura Bruno's Blog:
Joanna Macy is my hero. For real, not just an expression. She is truly the woman I most admire, and she embodies the courage, determination, heart, wisdom, compassion, and love for this Earth, humanity and this uncertain moment on our planet,…


Hello, I have been on a diet for a little over a week and am slowly losing weight. I do not know if progress will continue, but am trying. Yesterday, I was so hungry at night that I was glad my cat was sitting on my belly making […]

Originally posted on Laura Bruno's Blog:
David and I attended last night’s monthly Farmer’s Market Film Series showing of “Food Stamped”. (According to the trailer on YouTube, “FOOD STAMPED follows a couple attempting to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet on a food stamp budget. Nutrition educator Shira…

NASH and weight loss goals

Here I am seating at the computer with a desire to search, to learn, but I have no idea what to search for. Today I was diagnosed with Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH). The only current treatment is to lose weight. I am in the very beginning stages so perhaps weight loss […]

Could I be great?

As a child I secretly wished to be a saint. To see God or Mary, but such things were not meant for me. Why? Because saints are humble. Someone with the goal of being a saint is not humble. Someone with this goal only does good deeds in […]

Silly me

I brought a crystal to clear up energy and help me hear angels. I sat in bed with the crystal tip pointed toward my head (as advised by Doreen Virtue’s book). I realized I had just taken medication In order to not hear voices, and here I was […]