Ever since I saw the manmade stacks of rocks on my trip to Hawaii, ￼they seem to be popping up everywhere—including my house. Cairns, as they are known are created for various reasons and have been used, quite possibly since prehistoric times. In his book, ‘Cairns: Messengers in Stone,’ David B. Williams writes: “What’s more … More Cairns
All of my life I have dedicated myself to helping others. When I discovered my son had Autism, I studied and learned all I could to help him – and I shared that knowledge with other parents, teachers, and anyone else who needed it. As a runner, I have coached many who were just hoping … More This is No House of Cards, Tarot is a Spiritual Bridge
Many of you know that my family and I are moving to Las Vegas soon but not before Murphy’s Law steps in to stir things up. After a month of open houses, our house finally sold and we had twenty-nine days to vacate. That was seventeen days ago. As I type this, I only have … More Chaos
I haven’t had any contact with my biological father in two decades. This morning I woke up with a sinking feeling that he passed away. My mother and father have been divorced for thirty five years. I had to call my mother and tell her how I felt. I phoned my mother and we were … More Synchronicity
Reading and channeling sessions have been different recently. Don’t get me wrong – some things are the same. People have questions they want answered. They want to know their deceased loved ones are safe and okay. Some clients, however, have different needs. For instance, one client was suffering from stage four cancer and didn’t have much time … More What if an ending is really a beginning?
I think, after spending more than 10 hours a day for two weeks outside in Hawaii did something to my soul. I learned to slow down and smell the plumeria, to enjoy every single moment. I don’t mean every moment was perfect – there was still traffic and wanting to be places as fast as … More Life on Hawaiian Time – Living in the Moment
Coming off a grueling eleven hour flight and having my dear friend Beth greet me, smiling ear to ear, and placing a gorgeous plumeria lea around my neck was priceless! Plumeria is a flower grown in Hawaii for lei production, these flowers are given as a welcome or simply worn as an accessory behind your … More Kauai’s Highlights!
As we approached Hanalei, the wreckage of the horrific storm is everywhere. There are roads still blocked off and huge trees that blew over onto the beach. Some of the homes are inhabitable. There is a lot of regrowth that’s apparent, as well, which makes me feel hopeful. There is a beautiful mountain that wraps … More Hanalei Part Two
Today we’re heading up the southern part of Kauai from Poipu, then driving to the northern part of the island to spend the day at Hanalei beach. The town of Hanalei was hit with severe rain in April of 2018. Fifty inches fell in a twenty-four hour period. This triggered severe flooding and horrific landslides. … More Hanalei- Part One..
Today we traveled an hour west up the Na Pali Coast through Kauai to go hiking on the trails in Koke’s State Park. Everyone from Beth to Google says that this park holds some of the most gorgeous trails on earth and since I’m still awestruck as I write this, they were absolutely correct. These … More Nihau