Harvest Time

Somewhere in Indiana – October 2010 

The cycle of the seasons is to me the best part of living in the Midwest. New growth in spring, full bloom in summer, harvest in the fall, and rest and renewal in winter.

Starting this blog is one of my “harvests” this year, after months of cultivating and tending. There is the awareness that some ideas/thoughts in my life have to be allowed to fall, to go away. Making room in my daily living for growing is replacing that which has to die.

What is your harvest this fall? Was it hard to let go and allow something new to take root? Did someone help you or did you have to make the change alone?

Thanksgiving is my all time favorite holiday! May yours be filled with peace, good food, family, friends, and lots of time to be grateful.

You have to start somewhere.

That’s me, telling myself that I just need to get this going.  I’m not perfect, therefore this blog does not have to be perfect, it just needs to reflect who I am and where I am on the journey.  So that is what you’ll find here.  Nothing fancy or earth shattering. Notes from me.

Each of us is on our own unique path. And along the way we all have moments that stand out, that make us who we are or change us in some way.  As I have become more aware, more present to the moment, I find that these  sacred times are more frequent.  Maybe, just maybe, if I get my stuff together I can share an image or a note about these little segments of my life.

That’s all. Just sharing. Opening my heart and letting you in, a little bit at a time.