My friend Jesse shared this poem with me and I just absolutely love it! Since reading it, I’ve been daydreaming about painting worms, compost magic, mycelium, decay and renewal soaked in ecstasy of simple but vital things – in a world often unseen or appreciated by most of us. Feeding the Worms by Danusha Laméris…
Plants are our teachers. Goldenrod and asters teach us about reciprocity, and my plant paints tell the story.
Learning to love browns, and the joyful process of pulling deep dark pigments from the Eastern Black Walnut tree’s fruits!
Today I woke up with anxiety over my giant to-do list and the weight of responsibility on my shoulders. This is normal for me, but this morning felt particularly heavy. So I did what I often do repeating to myself like a mantra….”You are not saving lives. It’s ok. If stuff doesn’t all get done…
In my 40th year now, I have recognized 4 fabulous milestones and achievements that are making 40 look pretty fine!
Life and death are intertwined. I am reminded nearly everyday of the omnipresence of death, but the past few months have been heavy.
Storytelling is a powerful way to build yourself, and community. I publicly shared this story, even though at the last minute I was apprehensive about doing it.
The wisdom and process of a seed teaches us so much about ourselves. This is my seed story, literal and figurative.
Migration reminds us of the cycles of life, and can offer comfort in times of despair.
Tapping into hues that resonate with you, can be a powerful experience towards healing, well-being and connectedness to that which is far greater and vast than ourselves.