There are so many things I inherited from my father. My personality is the obvious one, but also the desire to constantly be learning and asking the big philosophical questions; an open mind willing to entertain far out thoughts and beliefs and a need for order, logic and punctuality. We both had minds made for… Continue reading Now He Is In The Stars
As you’ll come to find out if you keep reading my notes, I am always devouring a dozen or so books at once. One of the titles I can’t put down at the moment is ‘Wheat Belly’ by William Davis, MD. An ENT doctor recommended it to me a few years ago when we got… Continue reading Breaking Bread
I’m taking a deep dive into the mysteries of Mary Magdalene. I’ve started my journey with the book ‘Magdalene Mysteries’ by Seren and Azra Bertrand. I’ve read through one quarter of the book at the time of this writing and I would easily recommend this title to anyone looking to deepen their understanding of Mary… Continue reading Secret Priestess of the Gospels
Today was chugging along quite productively. I showered and put on makeup, did a workout, walked the dog, did summer school workbook pages with Fox, made lunch and washed the bathroom rugs all before noon. Then I got a text from a friend telling me David Leong passed away. If you’re from Springfield I don’t… Continue reading Remembering David
Recently I decided I want to read the Bible. I started with the book of Luke and was nearing the end of Isaiah when I got distracted by another book about Mary Magdalene and have set the Bible aside for the moment. I want to get back to it at some point, but if I… Continue reading Magic, Faith and Jesus
What motivates a person to become a teacher? A paid professional teacher. I think about this because my whole life I have been told that I should teach. This is because 1. I like to talk and 2. I read a lot of books and like to tell people about what I’ve read. The reality… Continue reading A Teacher? You Don’t Say.
I’m sitting on the couch using our old wooden coffee table as a desk. I’ve brewed a cup of red clover tea. It’s the first day of my moon and I just noticed the Christmas cactus has bloomed again. My four year old son and our new puppy are running around the house at top… Continue reading There’s Nothing Serious Going On Here Anyway