Category Archives: Gratitude

Help Wanted….Apply Within

Help Wanted… You hear what is happening from all corners of the world. You know quickly and see graphically. Apply Within… Slowly breath in and drop into your heart – the place where creativity, love, peace, imagination and strength dwell. As you release your breath, send peace, hope, goodness and healing into the atmosphere. Your…

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Through Time

Were you there?  Six years ago on April 13 in 2013, we unveiled the Creative Life Center with an open house at St. Ambrose Episcopal Church. This year on April 13, the Center’s Westminster space was home to a vibrant group using SoulCollage® and also therapist Mary Foster and her clients.  Something clicked and I…

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Purple and white bearded iris in an outdoor bed.

Replanting with TLC

To grow well and be healthy, iris need to be thinned and replanted periodically.  Our iris have been ready for some TLC for a while.  Last week, I trimmed the leaves, lifted clumps of iris, and carefully sorted out the strong growing rhizomes from the older rhizomes that would not bloom again.  With the bed empty,…

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We are Celebrating

Celebration adds sparkle and excitement – not to mention friends and often balloons.  I bring celebration into my life as often as possible!  We have two excellent reasons to celebrate this April: the 5th Anniversary of the very first open house we had for the Creative Life Center and the 1st Anniversary of our Westminster space!…

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Looking into a waiting room with a table and chairs, a seating area, and a plant on a stand. A massage table is visible in a room beyond.

My Heart is Singing

The positive response to our Westminster space makes my heart sing! “I like your new space!” (An appreciative client of Mary Foster, the therapist in our suite.) “I’m floating in the clouds.” (A relaxed healing energy client after her session with Eva.) “My new mat boards were delivered today!  I now have 4 SoulCollage® cards!”…

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