A Fresh Start

Hi you.  It has been a long time.  I made Glitter & Grit private so I could take that time in solitude (there wasn’t a fancy password given to anyone in particular); and I’m back for a fresh start.

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Yesterday we received a copy of Tiny Homes on the Move by Lloyd Kahn.  It was so fitting, as next week marks three years since our bus purchase, and we are contributors to this project.  (I think this makes me published!)  Look out for a giveaway coming soon!

We have a new puppy named Maeve.  My children are robust.  My life is rich.  My husband has some very wonderful things in the works.  And I’m back for a fresh start.  I’ll be using this blog in a much different way.  I won’t be scouring the internet for any links for you, so the Today is for Lovers column is shifting big time; I won’t be posting stories and pictures that are of/about my children–the reason I took the site/time off in the first place was because I felt I was betraying my family by being so intimate with their stories, their details here in this public arena–I’m going to share my own stories with you; I won’t be posting nearly as much as I once did, but the content will be rich and quality.  I’m grounding into the reasons I began this platform. I want to share what my experience looks like in cultivating wellness based on the sweet and salty yin and yang of life; I want to inspire you, learn from you, teach you, experiment, and write.  And so, let’s have a fresh start, yes?

14 thoughts on “A Fresh Start”

  1. Always loving your bravery of spirit and captivating blend of woman,wife,mother, child,creator…thank you.
    I am learning not to strain my brain and get stuck on understanding…but to do what I can do with all my heart justly, love mercy, walk humbly, see the daily wonders unfold and get the serendipitous gift of understanding in bright outpourings. I tend to have tenacity in wrong places at times where it is not needed…but that is ok too, as I can learn to let go of what is out of place with where I am.
    So many types of sparrows! : p

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    1. Hi Dixie, thank you. I hear you! I walk a path to deep surrender myself, and know that when I stray from my gentle and graceful expression it is an opportunity to compassionately walk back to my alignment with my higher self. :) Blessings!

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  2. When I think about the early you (the teenager who walked into my girls’ lives many years ago in Buda), I know there are times when an impact is is quick and subtle but the memory of Lindsey the pioneer and poet lingers–like the taste of fresh honey. You add a bit of sweetness to everything. It’s nice to connect the teenager to the young woman and hear about your adventures through life.

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  3. Welcome back! Missed your blog…love your writing voice. And loved my sweet wish for Spring I got in the mail! Made my day. All the best to you and your sweet family.

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