What would you have me share today?


“Don’t be quiet. Be loud. Share everything you need to share. The world is waiting. It wants to hear you. Do whatever you want.   See what you can see. Be what you can be. Try what you can try. Don’t be afraid. I go before you always. It’s ok. Just be. Just listen. Just wait. Enjoy the beauty around you.  You are not alone. You are not alone. I go before you always. Come follow me.

You are blessed beyond measure. Do you not see all that you have? Do you not see that you are blessed to open your eyes again today? Not everyone has this blessing. Not everyone goes this far.

Do not destroy the destructor. Come before me. Bow before me. Know me. Be with me. Stay by me. Stand with me. You are mine. You are always mine. You are always one with me. We are always together. You are not alone. You are chosen. You have a mission.  You have a choice if you will fulfill it. You can change the world. Every day by being you, you change the world. Just you. You yourself. There is no one like you. You are important. You are an important piece to the puzzle, an important link in the chain. Without you there is a missing connection.

Do not be afraid. Be strong. Do not be afraid. Fear undoes everything. Fear destroys everything. It does not become you, daughter (child). You are a child of God. You create great things. You are capable of a great many things. You can live to your potential. You must live to your potential. Remember I go with you. I am always by your side. Do not stop seeking me. Do not cease from calling for me, because I will always come to you. I am already by you. I am with you. I am you.

Where are you going? Why do you go that way, do those things? You can have whatever you want. Why would you choose those things? Be all that you can be. You can be faster. You can be stronger.   You can get done and do what you need. You needn’t be afraid. You are cleansed. You are clear.

Seek ye first the kingdom and all its righteousness. Remember: whatsoever you do to the least of my people, that you do unto me.

I am with you.”

Much love, many blessings.❤

What if every day was your “Camino”?

Hey, all!  The outline for Part III of What Lies Within is complete, but the story is not ready yet.  I hope to have it complete by next week.

So, I thought I’d share some classic stories that came up this week, and why they popped up.  (Have you read any of these?  Have any come up for you this recently?)


I strongly dislike rabbits, the wild ones.  They are everywhere, everywhere, everywhere, and they have been a nuisance to our garden, eating our strawberries last year and our purple flowers this year.  I always feel like Mr. McGregor when I complain about them!


My Sunday writing student is working on being more descriptive.  We talked about people watching, and I mentioned Harriet the Spy.  Great notetaking, but a dangerous practice. . .


I actually haven’t read this book, but it came up during my Vision Workshop today when I talked about how dreams are not limited by age.  Laura Ingalls Wilder was in her 60’s when she published the famous Little House on the Prairie series.


This is one of my favorites of the newer children’s classics, and it came up this past week during our Early Education Enrichment class.  It’s a clever book and great for sequence of events practice.  Kids love it!

I hope you had a wonderful weekend, everyone!   I’d love to hear about books that came up for you this week.  Much love, many blessings.❤


I heard a great joke from my friend Goldie Matthew as the Jokemaster at the last Toastmaster’s Meeting.  I found a similar version on PirateJokes.Net to mix with Goldie’s version:

Captain Hook walks into a bar, and the bartender says, “Hey, I haven’t seen you in a while. What happened, you look terrible!”
“What do you mean?” the Captain Hook replies, “I’m fine.”
The bartender says, “But what about that wooden leg? You didn’t have that before.”
“Arr!” says the Captain, “That’s a good story.  We were in a battle at sea and a cannon ball hit my leg but the surgeon fixed me up, and I’m fine, really.”
“Yeah,” says the bartender, “But what about that hook? Last time I saw you, you had both hands.”
“Arr!” says the Captain, “Another good story.  We were in another battle and we boarded the enemy ship. I was in a sword fight and my hand was cut off, but the surgeon fixed me up with this hook, and I feel great, really.”
“Oh,” says the bartender, “What about that eye patch? Last time you were in here you had both eyes.”
“Arr,” says the Captain, “That’s the best story of all!  One day when we were at sea, some birds were flying over the ship. I looked up, and one of them pooped in my eye.”
“All due respect, Captain,” replied the bartender, “What happened?  You couldn’t have lost an eye just from some bird poop!”
“Arr!” says Captain Hook, “Well, it was the first day with me hook.”

Much love, many blessings!❤


I think it’s funny that certain subjects/ideas/quotes sometimes seem to come up for me around the same time of year.  I discovered I posted about this almost exactly 2 years ago:

Metaphysics Monday: Are You Uncomfortable Yet?

I’ve really been thinking about this again.  Do you feel comfortable?  REALLY comfortable?  If you do, that may not be a good sign!

Oftentimes discomfort comes from reaching the edge of our boundaries, from stretching farther than we ever have before.  It can feel pretty awkward — even painful!

But then, once we make it through that boundary, extend that wall, we have more space.  We are freer.  And this continues until we completely break through all of our walls, until we no longer have any limitations.

So, how comfortable do you feel now?  Is it time for a little stretch?  I’m telling you, it’s worth it!


Mary Morrissey says: “We can never out-perform our self-esteem; but the good news is, we CAN change it.”

I went to a Reiki share today, and one of the participants randomly decided to draw cards between healing sessions.   The card for me was “Celebrate Yourself.”  And he told me to make sure I celebrate everything, even the small things.  It was a great reminder.

I received a wonderful outpouring of support for my first Toastmasters speech.  Part of me thought everyone was being overly generous in their comments, but another part said: “Yes!  I really did do a good job!”  All that really matters is what we think, right?  It’s amazing what a difference perspective can make.

I think about that a lot when I think of abundance and my current life situation.  It would be very easy to look at my life either way, as lacking abundance or as very abundant.  And really both can seem true.  It depends on which reality I choose.  I can look at my life as unstable and insecure or as free and bursting with opportunity.  I’ll choose the 2nd, thank you!

Everything seems to come down to having faith, being willing to take risks, and believing in oneself.  With the steps I’m taking, I’m beginning to see some results.  Since completing my first Toastmasters speech, I now really believe I’m a speaker.  Since taking the new improv class, I really believe that I’m a comedian.  Since the event Saturday, I really believe that I can share about my business and that it’s appealing to strangers. I’m also still eating fairly healthy foods, getting in some exercise each week, and blogging on schedule!

I also realized that I’m actually doing quite a lot of traveling — a very consistent dream of mine!  I traveled to Los Angeles for DreamBuilder Live in January, to the College of Metaphysics for Dream Awareness Weekend in February, to Los Angeles for Life Mastery Consultant training in March, to the College of Metaphysics for National Teacher’s Training in April, to DreamBuilder Live in Baltimore in June, and I’ll be traveling to Florida for the Shaklee conference in August, Los Angeles for followup training in September, South Carolina for a wedding in Fall, and Dallas for DreamBuilder Live in Fall, and Vegas in February with family friends.

Yippee! Celebrate!  Let’s lift ourselves up!  Remember how it goes: when we shine, we allow others to do the same!

Much love, many blessings.❤

DivineGuidanceThis is the book I am currently reading to help me receive deeper guidance.  What’s interesting is that I’m still not making a point to really read it and finish it.  When I finally get myself to do it, I really enjoy it!  It’s exactly what I need right now.

The fact that I still have resistance tells me that something else getting in the way of reading this.  It’s most likely my ego.  The ego doesn’t like me to expand.  It employs distraction through telling me either that I have more important things to accomplish or that I’ll never be able to receive/interpret information from the inner levels or that maybe it won’t actually help me, yadda, yadda, yadda.

I’ve noticed that I’m having the same resistance to typing up my vision statement, creating my vision board, and doing spontaneous, fun things.  It is time to put my ego in check!

Here are a few things you can learn from Divine Guidance:

  • The source of divine guidance
  • The 4 clairs: what they are, how you experience them, and which you tend to use most
  • How to distinguish between true and false guidance
  • How to open/clear the channels of guidance
  • Co-creating with God

Much love and many blessings.❤

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