Let There Be Snow for the Holidays!

Winter Solstice on December 21st will be the official commencement of Winter. For many, Winter means snow and cold, but it also means December. Of course, there are the wonderful holidays of Christmas and Hanukkah. And it’s also the awaited moment for those who can’t wait to hit the slopes! However, I also know that on this

Giving Thanks on Thanksgiving 2022

Welcome to the month of Thanks-Giving! Thanks for the appreciation we need to give back for all the blessings we all have. I know each year as we approach the holidays, so many emotions come to surface. We should deal with that. Remember memories, and looking forward to more good memories to come. Memories are personal

The Veil is Thinned – Connect with Loved Ones this Month!

Halloween or “Hallowe’en” Welcome to the month of October! The last day of October is Halloween, or as it was known before, “Hallowe’en” or “All Hallows’ Eve.” Halloween takes place on October 31st. The next day, November 1st, became known as “All Saints Day.” That’s another story (see below). From all the folks I’ve talked to who know

It’s time to reconnect – with Loved Ones, Ourselves and Each Other!

That song tips off our next season of bright colors. Trees are painted and crisper. Days and nights are welcome. Autumn Equinox is September 22, 2022! Summer hasn’t yet ended. The Fall season is kind of like Spring, but it’s Autumn transitioning to Winter, here in the US. Both seasons give a spark to begin new projects. There is

August Leo energy is sizzling – Hot Time Summer in the City

Yes, it’s hot in the cities. Even in England, it’s not truly normal. As quoted from Bob Dylan, “The Times They Are A-Changin’”. I know so many of you folks are gardeners, nature lovers, and just love being outside. It’s fun to be walking, and if possible, gazing at the ocean. You can even notice how the

Spending Summer with Loved Ones (here and in Spirit)

We are officially in Summer! I know I’m not the only one who says, “Bring Ms. Summer on!” It’s worth repeating that the Summer Solstice was June 21st—the longest day of the year when the northern pole of Earth is pointing close to the sun. Afterwards, the northern pole starts reversing its motion moving back toward its

Reconnecting with Dad

June is here! Weddings, graduations, celebrations, and Spring Equinox! It seems as though many who have been wanting to have their weddings in June are getting their wishes this year. Soon, I have a wedding to attend, and actually, I’m officiating. Here’s the story. Twenty-eight years ago, a friend of mine named Sherri asked me to

Mother’s Day after you’ve lost mom…

I decided to scan through my past-year newsletters during the coming month of May. That action made me realize that I’ve been doing newsletters for close to 20 years in one way or another! In all of those newsletters, I was thinking of Mother’s Day and flowers in May. May and Mother’s Day clearly go hand and

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