“May what I do flow from me like a river, no forcing and no holding back . . .”
– Rainer Maria Rilke
I’m riding the flow of life to see where it leads—and I’m trying not to push the river but instead to follow the currents and rest in the eddies to discover what this life has for me.
A breast cancer diagnosis on September 6, 2011 changed my current substantially. That cancer journey was my Ph.D. in leaning to live what I believe. And now in August of 2022 I have a different kind of breast cancer in the other breast. So I’m choosing a double mastectomy. I’ll be writing about that.
I began a daily Centering Prayer practice in January 2000. That daily practice was the most transformative activity of my entire life and was a constant though my eddies and currents—until 2017 when it just went away. I started yoga, which is now my almost-daily practice.
I love to travel, but I hate to fly, so I drive as often as I can on my trips. I especially like driving out to the American West. I’ve not had the energy lately to do long trips but am hopeful that will shift.
I often visit my childhood home area of Effingham County and Savannah, Georgia to be with the azaleas and Spanish moss and live oak trees. No matter where I travel, though, it’s always good to get back home to these Northwest Georgia mountains.
I very much enjoy taking photos. The photos on this blog are mine (unless otherwise indicated).
Is a current or an eddy next in my life?
I don’t know. I’m learning to trust the flow and to be comfortable with what is.
Eddy and current.
3 thoughts on “About Me”
Would it be possible for me to use one of your photographs of Etowah in an article I would like to publish? I of course would give you full photography credit.
Thank you kindly,
I’d be happy for you to use my photo. What do you need from me, if anything? I’d love a link to the article when you publish it. Thanks for asking!
I answered this on your other comment: I’d be happy for you to use my photo. What do you need from me, if anything? I’d love a link to the article when you publish it. Thanks for asking!