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You Too Can Heal Yourself

Click Here for Free Copy How many times have you healed yourself? Have you had a scrape and put a salve or aloe vera on it? Have you taken lemon and hot tea to stop that cough? Have you gargled with salt water to ease your sore throat? These are tried and true methods of self-healing. […]

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Ready To Stop Being Overwhelmed?

Never have enough time to get anything finished? Do you feel sick and tired despite countless doctor visits? Is your stomach always in a knot? ALL THAT IS, BEYOND THE MEDICAL INDUSTRY – VITALITY THROUGH MINDFULNESS & GRATITUDE examines my journey through overwhelm to achieve the peace of equanimity. This book shares my experiences along with techniques and […]

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An All Alaska Performance

On October 24, 2015, I performed in Animalia, A Wearable Arts Show in Homer, Alaska. When the director, Asia Freeman, invited me to participate, I said, “I’m a storyteller, not a designer.”  I found a Raven creation tale that offered a perfect finale. As I worked on the story, I found different versions, so I […]

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Leaping Into Space – Preparing a Book Launch

Preparing to launch a book is like jumping out of an airplane. Sure, you’ve practiced, studied, and prepared but it still takes your breath away when you take that first leap into space. And that’s what I feel now. Leap with me HERE. At the beginning of the year, my goal was to complete three […]

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Animalia – A Unique Storytelling Performance

Tonight, 10/24/2015, I will perform in my first stage show in years. I tell a story for the finale of this unique fashion show/storytelling performance. Homer has a 30 year history of annual wearable arts fashion shows. This year the conveners wanted to take a break and the Bunnell Arts Center needed a fund-raising project for […]

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Vulnerability, an Essential Element of Good Storytelling

(Follows is the second of a series of guest blogs I’ve written for Juan Rodriguez’s Blog, Haki Storytelling, with his introduction and title.)  I said, one of the main purposes of storytelling is to tune in to people in our own personal or corporate way. Make them understand what we are and what is our position […]

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All Things Alaska #2

August 9, 2013 Evening sun bursts through dissipating clouds Blue sky blesses grey sky weary day Waves roll ashore Crows gather and convene on beach rest on driftwood like a church congregation caw caw cawing sings out Air a cool fan on face blushes in warming sun walk on Bishop Beach in Homer’s Old Town […]

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Life in Alaska – Two Year Reflections – No. 1

Yesterday, July 18th, was our second year anniversary of living in Homer, Alaska. I’ve shared some of our experiences in past blogs. But, since I’ve been on a minor hiatus of posting, I felt this would be a good way to return to consistent communication. Every now and then, I’ll share reflections written during our first few months […]

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