Archive | January, 2016

Kay’s Journal: A Year at Crown Hill, 24: Homecoming

Week 24. Last October 6, while I was ensconced with seventeen women at the Scotland writing retreat, my niece Ricki gave premature birth to a tiny little boy who weighed less than two pounds. He was fourteen weeks early. His seventeen “aunties”

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Kay’s Journal: A Year at Crown Hill, 23: Serendipity

Week 23. My landscape this week is San Rafael CA, where I am attending a small gathering of business leaders in an intensive two-day brainstorming and support session. It’s led by leadership coach Robert MacPhee, who will be our guest at Journalverse’s

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Poem of the Month: Jan 2016: Prescription for the Disillusioned

Every year my soul sister, poetry therapist Wendi Kaplan of Alexandria, VA, circulates a New Year’s poem. This is her 2016 selection. I love it!    Prescription for the Disillusioned Come new to this day. Remove the rigid overcoat of experience, the notion of knowing, the beliefs that cloud

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Kay’s Journal: A Year at Crown Hill, 22: Transitioning

Week 22. Transitioning back to normal (what is normal now that I am not writing or editing a book?) begins with restoring morning walks. Between my 4 am starts to 15-hour writing days and the frigid cold of the past several weeks, I’ve

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