ShareI woke up Sunday and felt the familiar palpitations. Despite being diagnosed with superventricular tachycardia 5+ years ago, I knew it wasn’t that. Or, maybe it was, but it wasn’t caused by my heart. I was feeling the shortness of breath that comes with anxiety. When I stood and walked around, I felt light headed.
ShareI’ve been leading workshops on healing in nature for over two years now and yet I’m still amazed at how quickly my emotions and mood alter based on the weather. Yesterday was brilliant. Sunny, blue skies, the world around me turning green. I didn’t even mind picking up the dog poop in the backyard and
ShareMegan wrote this in her blog about meeting me: Before we parted ways, I offered to send her home with a book. Her cat shaped, blue eyes looked at me with the same semi-apologetic expression I would have given her if she would have asked me the same question, “No thanks. I’m not going to
ShareLast night an event brought our community together in a way that is terrible and sad. Dozens of us gathered on Mary Street in the Bridge Valley development of Mount Joy to watch helplessly as our gracious firefighters from communities all around us tried to put out a blaze in a home down the street
ShareI find myself involved in so many things because of one reason: I care. When I was in elementary school I remember wanting to start a recycling program in our classrooms because I cared about the environment and didn’t want to see waste piled up. I remember in middle school I started a Christian club at