Hello Dear Moon Family,
I wanted to share more about myself with you and thought that today, my 61st birthday was a perfect time to start! I awoke this morning and gathered my things to do a beautiful sunrise ceremony in my sacred and very beloved Joshua Tree. I was grateful this morning for the beautiful crescent moon to grace the sky and ceremony. Can every sunrise/sunset feel like it is the most beautiful for our entire life? I think yes.
To begin my sharing I thought it would be fun to share a few things that you would not know about me:
I love to cook ~ love to cook! The kitchen is one of my favorite rooms in the house <3.
- I love to snorkel ~ if I had a choice I would be in the water all the time.
- I am the single parent of a 34 year old man! I raised my son alone and my mother and I shared the bond of single parenting as my father died when I was 8 years old and she was left with four children under the age of 13.
- I lived in East Africa for three years. My 13 year old son and I worked with Habitat for Humanity in the beautiful country of Tanzania where half of our time was spent in the villages with no electricity and no running water and half our time was in Dar es Salaam. My son to this day speaks fluent Kiswahili. When we lived in Africa the locals did not know he was a white boy until they turned around and saw him because he spoke the language so well and without an accent.
- I have a special relationship with my drum. I made it in Joshua tree over 6 years ago. It moves me to play it in ceremony and listen to others play it in journeying.
- I love ceremony ~ it is something I do everyday, but with passion around the moon phases, summer and winter solstice and my birthday!
- I want to do a vision quest to Norway/Sweden to learn more about the goddesses of my ancestry.
I love creating my cremes for each of you in ceremony and nature ~ it makes my heart sing.
I want to engage with you more fully this year and have workshops and online classes coming! I love each of you and thank you for reading this and being in my life.
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