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Kay’s Journal: Letter to a Friend

Dear Fran, It’s never “boring” to read your updates about your life, which at the moment is focused on your breath. I’m so sorry you’ve had such swift and disorienting transitions that require focus and attention to the administrative side

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Kay’s Journal: October Musings

Our first snowfall arrived at dawn, just as predicted, weighing the yellow chrysanthemums with thick soggy white. It’s the inevitable sign of the changing season, even though Colorado will no doubt return to bright blue skies and warm autumn winds

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October Poem of the Month: Song for Autumn

 Song for Autumn   In the deep fall don’t you imagine the leaves think how comfortable it will be to touch the earth instead of the nothingness of air and the endless freshets of wind? And don’t you think the trees themselves, especially those with mossy, warm caves, begin

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Kay’s Journal: Changes, Changes/Linda Barnes

Note from Kay: I return from last week’s Journal to the Self Instructor Certification Training intensive, a five-day event that gathered women from Kentucky to Hong Kong. The quality of people who gather to do this work leaves me with

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Kay’s Journal: The Randoms

Random delight: Outside my window, my neighbor’s Australian shepherd runs five feet straight up the cottonwood tree, pivots in the fork and runs back down, all in one motion. He does this several times a day. I laugh out loud

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Kay’s Journal: Moving Mountains

As you know if you’re a regular reader of this blog, I’ve been focused for the last couple of months on overhauling the look and feel of Journalverse. It’s been almost four years since we launched this site as a

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Kay’s Journal: Coffee with Kay and Mary Reynolds Thompson

  Once I decided to get over myself and start making video blogs again, all sorts of possibilities opened up. One is how simple it is to call up a friend and ask if she’ll (or he’ll) have a five-minute

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September Poem of the Month: Gate A-4, Naomi Shihab Nye

 Gate A-4 (a prose poem) Wandering around the Albuquerque Airport Terminal, after learning my flight had been delayed four hours, I heard an announcement: “If anyone in the vicinity of Gate A-4 understands any Arabic, please come to the gate immediately.” Well— one pauses these days. Gate A-4 was

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Kay’s Journal: We Are Family

I often say that I was blessed to be born into a family I would choose all over again as friends. I have two sisters (Susie and Cindy), one brother-in law (Leo), five (living) nieces, three nephews, four nephews-in-law, three

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Kay’s Journal: Internal vs. External Structure

Live from my therapy office! It’s another edition of Coffee with Kay. This week I share with you an observation I made in my first 30 days of this coaching program: Given a choice of self-sabotage or surrender…. my impulse

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