Apr

15

Black and White

Oprah would say it’s “What I know for sure.” She’s speaking of solid truths. Me? I think in colors. Black and white? They are the absolutes to me. I know, for example, that we enrich our lives when we continue to see magic in the world. There’s wisdom in remaining childlike. I know I’ve never met a […]

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Apr

08

Baker and Olive

I never make a trip to southern California, whether to my daughter in Los Angeles or my sister in Carlsbad, that I don’t discover some fun new spot. Case in point this last trip? Baker and Olive. They specialize in ultra premium olive oils from around the world, aged balsamic vinegars and other gourmet foods […]

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Apr

02

Pink Circus Tights & other delights

Pink pops up in so many delightful ways in April. After months of grey or white or monochrome this or that, pink is a nice surprise. I toured a home in Carlsbad with the cutest media room ever. There were pink and orange lion canvases hung on the walls, black shelves with pink and yellow […]

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Mar

24

Anamnesis and the other side of fear

There is a park in central Oregon, near a town called Silverton, with lush greenery, waterfalls, ponds and abounding wildlife. Silver Falls State Park. We recently hiked “The Trail of Ten Falls” there. In the springtime, these waterfalls are robust. The trail starts above a 100 foot fall and winds its way down the hillside, […]

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Mar

20

What to nurture in Spring

It’s officially Spring! Even if it’s snowing where you are and you probably prefer the sun would rise a bit earlier each morning, spring has still sprung eternal. If you planted bulbs last fall, they’ll break through the dirt and color your world any day now. But what is the most valuable thing we can […]

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