At the heart of it all, there’s my developing spiritual practice, which is rooted in the practices of Native American shamanism and I am growing more and more able to talk about every day.
At the heart of it all, there is the sweat lodge where my husband and I made the tearful decision to have a baby.
At the heart of it all, there is my writing, about which I am the most passionate and yet most undisciplined. I have wanted to be many things in life (doctor, teacher, surgeon, marine biologist, nurse) but there are two things I have always wanted to be: a mother and a writer.
At the heart of it all, there are our two cats, the children who will have always come first. Meet Chloe and Spencer.
At the heart of it all, there are the four elements — earth, air, fire, and water. This is a picture of my bouquet from our wedding in October. In the bouquet, each of those elements are represented symbolically.
At the heart of it all, there is our love.