From Seattle to Charleston for an amazing experience with family at a restaurant called The Ordinary.
This morning I had a plan, it involved making it to three major London sites and maybe purchasing tickets for a Shakespeare play at the rebuilt Globe Theater. My plan started, thank you Seattle friends who recommended this, with the Tower of London as early as possible in the morning. Despite my best intentions … Read more
My direct flight from Seattle to London Heathrow airport took off at 7pm last night and landed at 1pm/13:00 London time. On the nine hours of flight I managed some fitfull neck injuring rest, as I had full day ahead of me before I could "check-in" with my airbnb hosts. Things I immediately liked about … Read more
A journey to Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, Canada for the 3rd Cascadia Poetry Festival.
Last night on the way to Wildebeest we walked by a yoga studio. This morning we actually went. Completely blind to the type of yoga we were walking into but luckily having packed yoga pants as my PJs I went in with a sense of adventure and optimism. Much like I approach eating on these … Read more
I woke up this morning at 5am confused and groggy – then I realized it was 5am and I was still in Toronto in my king size bed and went back to sleep. At a respectable hour I got up and readied for the day of travel ahead. From cold Toronto to warm Las Vegas. … Read more
I am officially trapped – by dollars and sense. Otherwise known as a wise choice – I did not (again) make it past my hotel restaurant tonight after a wonderful day of Kabbalah class. Where is the lesson here young Skywalker? Yoda asks me as he stares blankly ahead, backpack filled with my new rose … Read more
I traveled to Toronto, Canada to attend a class studying the Universal Kabbalah with the international leader of the Modern Mystery School. The Universal Kabbalah is a system of personal growth and empowerment that literally changed my brain chemistry last year when I completed my first trip up the tree of life. My first trip … Read more
This would be the first year in my 36 years of life and 20 years of dating that I actually have someone willing and capable of celebrating St. Valentine's Day with me. On such a momentous day, what do I do? I take the first morning flight out of town to Toronto, Canada. The irony … Read more