Oh, Hey…

I wrote to you weekly for 6 years. I skipped maybe a handful of weeks scattered over those years, but since Believe in Bunnies launched, I sat faithfully at my keyboard on Sunday mornings to share a tale of rabbit rescue, or my spiritual journey, or walking alongside another being’s journey. My consistency wavered this… Continue reading Oh, Hey…

Grand Plans

“Mrs. Dalloway said she would buy the flowers herself.” -V. Woolf Once a year since we’ve moved into our home, I’ve had our treasured housekeeper clean all of the windows. Feel free to cringe if once a year isn’t enough for you. Only Judy can judge me. When we transitioned to working from home in… Continue reading Grand Plans

Resources for Peace

As for the news… Get the facts from your trusted source then shut. it. off. And stay home, if you can, please. Behold the possibility of the days. Here are some of my favorite resources for breaks and self-care while working from home: The incredibly relatable and generous Adriene Mischler, star of Yoga with Adriene,… Continue reading Resources for Peace

An Interesting Time

The idiom “worried sick” has been around since the 1800s. Worry, stress, anxiety, and fear can lower your immune system. It’s reasonable to concerned as there are so many unknowns right now… but worrying yourself sick over the current situation (or over anything) does not serve you or serve the world! As schedules and settings… Continue reading An Interesting Time

Words & Intention

I know Emika Smith through my Rescue work… but I’ve gotten to know her, the brave, introspective her who is unafraid to tell her truth and is empowered to step out and speak up, through her social media posts. She posted something several weeks ago about her weight loss journey that just struck me. In… Continue reading Words & Intention

Default: I Don’t Know

Instant gratification… every answer literally at our fingertips… We need not retain or think or reflect or discover and when we do, there’s often some glorious person, standing on the sidelines, judging us as weird or a know-it-all or special for having a deep interest, a passion, as sense of curiosity. I’m reminded of mic-drop… Continue reading Default: I Don’t Know