Thursday, September 30, 2010

Wherever you go, there you are

“It isn't what you have, or who you are, or where you are, or what you are doing that makes you happy or unhappy. It is what you think about.” ~ Dale Carnegie

Sunday, September 19, 2010


  Forget to Focus on :

1.  Comparing.

2.  Judging (beng judged)
     Labeling (being labeled)

3.  Trying to understand
     Trying to find out WHY


Drop the shoulders and exhale

 - by  Mary Burmeister
     Jin Shin Jyutsu

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Let's talk knitting.....


It's funny....I have not posted  anything on  knitting.   It's been an interesting process,  creating  a  blog,  trusting yourself and not getting  caught up on how others  will think about it.  

Now for some knitting.. the  tank top has turned out  to be my favourite piece of garment I've ever made. It would be awesome  to knit  in a variety of  colours, and wear  it  all year round.  The yarn is  cotton with a small percentage of elastic, so fits like a glove., so very sexy and pretty too. -  the sides have a lacy mesh pattern.   Tank Top pattern
The market bag  was completed  a couple of months ago, but didn't take any pictures .   Love the colour, a cinnamon brown, the mesh pattern is so pretty.   I use   it for grocery shopping and get lots of compliments, a strong and very purposeful bag.    Total thumbs up on this  as well.   Market Bag pattern

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Peace and Silence

Before you start to meditate, ask yourself a question:
Is it true that peace and silence are not here and now?    
With our intention to move towards quietness
    the first step we take is away from it
      because we assume it's not here already.


Monday, September 6, 2010

Kittie Love

This is one of my cats, Pixie.   She is allowing me to give her a Reiki healing treatment.   She is so open and relaxed   Notice how her paws curl  under.  Precious.  Ahhh...kittie heaven.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Second Start

Well, I think the initial  start was the easiest part of this blog    It's like being  thrown in the water, there's the  initial shock but then it quickly dissipates and your're left with  "Now what ? " I guess I'm in the "Now what" stage of the game.  Just keep moving..