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The Living Legacy talk at Wedding and Portrait Photographers International Conference

By |April 18th, 2014|

I’m revisiting some older work of mine and wanted to share this just ‘cause I’m proud of the experience and would enjoy more speaking engagements like this one. Here it is again, this […]

The Story Behind How One Man Manifested His Dream

By |April 7th, 2014|

Following my own passion to learn about others’ passions and how their dreams unfold, I conducted my first interview with Ra Apparel owner, Roman Acevedo and then filmed behind-the-scenes as the Ra dream organically […]

Hello My Name Is

By |April 7th, 2014|

This seemed like an appropriate video to post as I say hello again on my new website.  I just ran across the video as I visited my old vimeo account to share here in […]

A Favorite Affirmation of Mine

By |May 13th, 2013|

A favorite mantra of mine, especially when I get wrapped up in achieving and spending too much time visualizing my desires which leads to dwelling in a state of lack:

I am enough as I […]

Monday was (move-out day) {a poem}

By |April 14th, 2013|

monday was (move-out day)

Monday was
My first true
Move-out
Day

A day when
I no longer felt like a guest
At a hotel,
Or a friend’s,
When I woke up,
With so little say over my space.

Without the comforts
And habits
Of what I think of […]

Cycles {a poem}

By |April 14th, 2013|

cycles

Cycles
I want out

Conflict to threats
Make-up period

Slow build-up of
Passive aggression,
Disrespect,
Lack of trust,
Criticism and judgment thru actions,
Stubbornness that wears me out to giving in to his way,

I reach a limit and speak out,
Outbursts, yelling, vocal criticism,
Judgments.

I […]

The Train Station {a poem}

By |April 14th, 2013|

The Train Station

Arrived at a train station
A crucial stop en route
To my destination
Within my journey
A sense of arrival and accomplishment
As fears, doubts, excitement,
Old feelings,
New feelings,
Lots of ideas skit about,
A bit chaotic,
So many directions, destinations, […]

Realized Joy {a poem}

By |April 14th, 2013|

realized joy

realizing joy
feeling privileged
that almost every decision I am making
is from a place of joy
or a movement
to joy, which is joy itself

(in stark contrast to
actions based on obligation
to obligation
feeling obligation
and unwelcomed pressure from a […]

And of Childhood Memories Are We Created (an essay)

By |April 14th, 2013|

And of Childhood Memories Are We Created
By Carolyn Sandra Bentley (Wells), in high school
When I went with a friend of mine this past summer to see the movie “When A Man Loves A Woman”, […]

No Plans of Recovery

By |April 14th, 2013|

no plans of recovery

No plans of recovery

I’m addicted to my addiction with
no plans of recovery.

Strangely deliberate
No plans of recovery.

Time, space, distance
Almost an impossibility
Fuel the fires

The object I want nearer
The source of my addiction
How close?
It’s […]