012// Missing Season

I should have known it when I felt it first – when the colours on the leaves started changing  and the air became real crisp in the morning-  It’s in the glimmer of rays that shine onto windows and reflect through condensation on a glass of water- the one that I held to my lips […]

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How you Breath, is how you Live

Yoga, for me, wasn’t really a choice. It kinda happened to me.  But for that I am very grateful. You see I have navigated nearly three years with post concussion syndrome and myo-facial injury but it still manages to throw me for loops. In March 2017 I said goodbye to my weightlifting life and bought a […]

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Recipe for Raw Grief

From the Kitchen of Theresa’s Heart Serves: One Ingredients: 1 heaping cup disbelief 1 tablespoon reluctance to say goodbye 16 ounces excruciating pain 3 cups brutal sadness 2 tablespoons confusion (substitute questioning) 1/2 cup constant obsessing 8 ounces anger (substitute feeling misunderstood) 2 teaspoons agonizing guilt 3/4 cup embarassment 1 quart lonliness Dash of untimely […]

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What I Thought I needed

I like rainy days because they don’t carry any weight to them It seems that the earth can just take a break and be without any expectations but to grow and nurture itself The flowers are blooming the way I imagine myself. Slowly- with a great silent effort, and then? All at once. “It makes […]

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