Oh Spring…. Today I went to a fascinating exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science on the Mayan people. This civilization, as you would guess, was very closley related to the earth, sun, moon and stars. They observed and recorded planetary alignment every day for hundreds of years, ultimately determining the calander that […]
Who Am I?
As a leader, you are supposed to lead. What the fuck does that mean? I am wild. I am full of random emotions – mostly love – that explode out of me when least expecting. I love singing my heart out and dancing like a madman; running around with as little clothes […]
Seriously. To the point that I don’t even know what to write or how to get it out. I basically feel like Cruiser looks here in this photo. Like a clueless grouch who makes weird noises at people and obsessively chews on hangers. More or less.
By Words the Mind is Winged…
“By Words the Mind is Winged” – Aristophanes On Thursday, the Spring Equinox, I received some blood tests back, indicating an auto-immune response in my body called Hashimotos. It all started with a basic Thyroid levels test from my obgyn which told us that my TSH levels were pretty high which means my Thyroid is […]
Mermaids and Moons
This is a photo taken of me when I was a mermaid. I miss those days sometimes, and the tears that come when I recall them tell me that they were good ones. Gliding through the water, feeling the love pass over every nook and cranny of my body. Floating, gliding, soaring beneath the […]
The Capitan’s Cup
Capitan Powder! I am currently sitting in a coffee shop in Salt Lake City staring at my computer for one of the first times since I left for Powder Mountain 10 days ago. My body is feeling strong, skin is tanned and my eyes have been loving the break from pixel gazing – it’s been […]
Every time I travel, something magical happens. Whether it’s connecting with someone new, running into an old friend or getting to stay in a beautiful ski-in, ski-out house on the mountain, it’s interesting to observe the flow when you’re not in a normal routine. I spent the last 5 days in Aspen, and as […]
On the plane heading home from the motherland. Last Saturday morning, I woke to the sounds of a not so welcomed alarm at 7am. The night before, I spoke(yelled) – along with Ben and Sam, to a crowd of 10,000 people, on stage at Red Rocks – to initiate the 2nd annual Icelantic’s Winter on […]
Hello Shadow, Please Pass the Butter.
I spent 7 hours of my day today in total silence. The idea of a silent retreat was planted into my brain several months ago, thanks to my amazing ex-roomie, who had spent many a day and night in this Nobel Silence. I left early from a weekend of friends, mountains, relaxation and comfort, (not […]
Rocky Mountain High, I Wanna Be…
I have been home now for three weeks – the longest span in as long as I can remember. My plan is to stay within this timezone for at least a month. To remain in or around Colorado for a time – to establish a routine, rekindle some relationships, learn new joys of this place […]