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Gypsy Aurora Musings

where the streetlights become stars and fireflies ignite the night

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New Book Release! Choices for Change

Book Launch today! We would be so grateful for your support! https://tinyurl.com/ydb6cbsf Kindle version free for June 22-24! and click here to enter your receipt number for special bonus thank you gifts! https://myinspiredcommunications.com/published-books/choicesforchange/ Choices for Change: Courageous Decisions That Changed... Continue Reading →

Caledonia is Calling *special guest post*

Today we have a very special post from Jen McNaughton that I want to share with you. Jen is a freelance writer, photographer and travel blogger who I met in 2017. She lives in St. Thomas, Ontario (for now). It... Continue Reading →

Peace at the Cabin

what can you get lost in today? "Get lost in what you care about. That's where you'll find everything." The path was overgrown but I was sure this was the way. I stepped carefully over branches and through thick, sticky... Continue Reading →

Questions and Scattered Nuts

When it was over I took a breath I looked around, wondering if it was really over or if something would sneak up and blindside me Look what you're manifesting This could have been over much sooner if I didn't... Continue Reading →

Circle of Life

As the last petal fell, I looked at the tulip. It's petals started the season a bright yellow and now have become hinted with red, almost like it was on fire. This change, this transformation, was something it went through... Continue Reading →

Burning Empowerment

Opening the book of my life I see so many rough pages, tattered, torn, ripped and worn out. But there's more to this book. Those are only a section of it. There are other pages, crisp, neat writing, detailing happy... Continue Reading →

Sneak Attack

This exercise was done by choosing three items from a collection in the middle of the table at my recent Busting Through Blocks event. Sometimes it's fun writing silly too 🙂 Try it yourself, with the first three items you... Continue Reading →

Listening

When I started walking, I felt my legs sort of stiff. They were resisting this exercise, like it was unfamiliar and certainly unwelcomed. I kept pushing forward thought, and continued walking. As I walked, I took a deep breath, pausing... Continue Reading →

Little Girl

As I started walking I looked down at my feet. They didn't look like mine. So much unfamiliar lately. The feet I saw were smaller. A little girl. Cute little ribbons on pink Mary Janes. The steps were smaller. The... Continue Reading →

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