I tend to have an aha moment when I am fully immersed in ordinary things liking folding laundry or brushing my teeth. It happens during these moments of absolute presence when my mind is calm and quiet enough to let the insights and clarity come through. I had an aha moment the other day while riding my bike from the yoga […]Read more "My AHA (Love) Moment"
Monday marked five weeks in Sweden. Unlike being in other countries where there is a significant cultural difference, acclimating to life in Sweden has been fairly easy. The biggest undertaking I can forsee, besides getting to stay for longer than 90 days, will be learning the language. It will require retraining my mouth to make new and […]Read more "Welcome to Sweden"
Three layovers, four flight meals and some twenty hours later, I arrived to Bujagali Falls in the dead of the night. Three heavy roller bags and myself were dropped off at Mama Ali’s door step. I excitedly waited as Ali, Araphat and Mama Ali emerged from the house. Hugs from my family was just the […]Read more "72 Hours Back in Buja"
Better late than never…. The holidays were challenging, but in a different way. I missed my family, friends and the subtle sounds of falling Champagne Powder with its glowing pink glimmer under snow capped lights. I reminded myself daily that many people would love to be in my shoes (or barefoot in the red dirt), […]Read more "Far From Over"