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It’s amazing that when we have children or animals who misbehave (not to mention husbands, siblings, etc.,) it is usually quite easy to be loud and vocal to state our intentions. Being vocal with breath, vowel sounds, grunts, moans and groans in a Nia class with many other[…]

Kindness is easy for the most part, especially when we are reminded at certain times of the year to be kind to one another. It’s easy to open a door for a stranger, or help someone with their groceries, to say a good word at the checkout. The[…]

To me, Facebook has become the ‘Ugly’ regarding negative posts about Politics, Religion, Humanity, Nature, Ecology and the Welfare of Animals, and sometimes life in general. Years ago when people shared their lives, it looked like everyone was living a great positive life – look at all the[…]

Kananaskis Cattle Drive

The Country Pulse by Patricia L. Atchison. There is a pulse to the country That time only knows. The heartbeat of rancher, farmer and toiler, The heartbeat of livestock, The heartbeat of the earth growing, changing, evolving Each touching the other. Man with animal, Animal to earth and[…]

French Fries

Sometimes you just want to go back… whether it is for an experience, to remember an awesome outing or for great food. If you are from Calgary, you will remember that ‘The Bay’ downtown (The Hudson’s Bay Company) had a great little cafeteria on the top floor, and[…]

As I launch my new website, I realize my journey over the last few years (and much longer) has been one of deep, dark, surfacing, light and places in between. More ups than downs, downs than ups and generally all around(s). Like any journey, you figure you are[…]

I love this quote; “Stop thinking about art works as objects, and start thinking about them as triggers for experiences.” (Brian End), as I believe that all art has merit no matter who created it. To someone a piece of art may be just an object, but to[…]

I had the pleasure of writing the following article for the newsletter, Heart and Mind Matters, by Best U Can B. I recently came back from an overseas vacation to England and Scotland, where my family attended a cousins wedding. Traveling to the United Kingdom (UK) had been[…]

I admit I take multitasking to many levels – it’s great, but can be quite time consuming. I achieve a lot, but I also lose track of time in my day when I find multitasking moments coming on. An example is this morning. While I packed up a[…]

It doesn’t matter where you go or who you meet, in a group setting or individually, it seems once a person states their name in an introduction, they are then asked, “What do you do?”. It is easy for some. They can simply state they are a: doctor,[…]