I have mentioned in other posts that we are always expressing. And if we aren’t allowing ourselves to express our voice, another part of us will find ways to do that. Even if it’s through bodily imbalances, and emotions like depression. Continue reading
As many of you know, I love frequenting a local Starbucks for what I like to call my morning ritual. Over time I found the one I like most. As we know, all Starbucks are not created equal. They may all look similar, but each one has its own energy signature.
The staff is friendly, and as I observe them over time, I notice they are a close-knit group and seem to enjoy working together. Of course that trickles down to the customer. We can sense those things and it can make for a much more welcoming experience.
I always say, one of the most important relationships in life is the one with your barista.
So one morning one of the young male baristas was pouring my dark roast. He had been part of the staff there for awhile. He was friendly, and seemed to enjoy working with the others. We exchanged our usual pleasantries and he asked, “room for cream?” after which I proceeded to say, “Yes, ma’am!” Continue reading
I have to admit, when I am bored and want a distraction, I will sometimes check out the news, specifically the latest on the current administration. I find it ceaselessly entertaining, like a well written soap opera. I am certainly not dismissing the serious nature of the goings on, but I am detached enough from all of it to see it much more clearly for what it is: the galactic story being played out beautifully. Continue reading
Today I gave a good burial to my long time friend, my android tablet. I did try to have it revived at my local carrier where I purchased it. But after quite a while in their recharger, the woman assisting me gave me the bad news. The device was a big part of my life. I took it with me to the coffee shop, worked on it, played on it. Watched Netflix and Amazon videos on it. But I knew it was on its last legs. It wasn’t performing very well, and the battery died quickly and had to be charged regularly. It seemed to have outlived its usefulness. Continue reading