Tag Archives: Nature’s Teachings

Blue Heaven

In Three Sisters Spring, a highly-visited spring in central Florida by manatees and people watching manatees, there are areas set Read More →

On Winter

Winter is challenging for many, especially those of us used to wearing shorts and flip flops in January. With potential Read More →

Grasmere, Ed’s Route and Dove Cottage

The intention was to follow Ed’s Route. Ed is a friend that outlined a beautiful route through the mountains near Read More →

The Stones Speak

Day dawned dark with news from afar; Earth, water no longer sacred? Money won—gods of greed and tar. Now civil Read More →

Magical Britain

It is nearly 2 a.m. as I awaken here in the U.S. but my heart is accustomed to the beat Read More →

The Ancient Ones are Calling

It was nearly 4 a.m. when I awoke. I glanced up and Orion was shining through the skylight so I Read More →

Enter the Light

Can’t recall ever having as much fun diving as I did the past four days. I was thinking….so many dives….over Read More →

Dos Ojos…The Eyes Have It

It’s four o’clock in the afternoon. We finished diving in Cenote Dos Ojos at 10 a.m. and I’m still in Read More →

Eating Cookies, Looking for Crocodiles

The title is no joke. That’s exactly what was happening in my world this morning before diving at Cenote Carwash. Read More →

Yes, You!

I have struggled for a very long time with acknowledging the value of the work coming through me. People say, Read More →