Remembering and reframing

Every now and then we need to take ”Time out of time”, and listen to our own wisdom.

Today I sat with Sammy One Drop Blindell and gathered friends and contemplated on blessings that didn’t feel like blessings when they happened.

Those of you that know my story know that I made myself voiceless as a small child after a traumatic time in my life. And the subsequent losses of significant others like my legal guardian and my beloved papa, as a teen and child, led me to learn that I needed to survive not thrive.

Several times in my life, I have revisited these moments, today was one of them. I was reminded that the most beautiful event in my life was meeting my husband aka POG. He like my papa, and great grannie before him, showed me love from a felt sense, not an obligation. And this is what I want to pass onto those beloveds that cross my path .

My new LinkedIn profile sums it up like this: Empowering, liberating leader in the space of inclusion, equality and diversity, especially neuro diversity. Giving a voice to the voiceless, via speech, and the paintbrush and the pen. Bridging matter and spirit with love”.

“Do not think of today’s failures, but of the success that may come tomorrow “ Helen Keller.

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