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Monthly Archive for February, 2011

We hiked the Eagle Trail in Boulder with family friends.  It was humid for Colorado; the wind was slight but penetrating.    The grown-ups were sensibly bundled in layers but the two girls shed their protection and bolted down the trail in shirtsleeves, arms windmilling. There were lots and lots of dogs.  Nearly all of them […]

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His name was Randall; my client was totally devoted to the dog. She walked, fed and played with Randall and took him on his favorite outings.   He was more than happy to be catered to, but he treated my client with disdain.   She couldn’t put his leash on, she couldn’t take his leash off.   He […]

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I’m helping a human through her kitty’s transition. I’ve lost count of pet deaths over the past year.   This is a time of tremendous change of all kinds, change that will not be denied.  Sometimes, I counsel clients who are helping both a pet and a parent through their respective transitions. This cat is is […]

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I’m fascinated by the Learning Curve.  Maybe some people leap out of bed and excel but the rest of us go through a process and for an introvert, it can be intimidating. I tested for my hairstyling license on September 11, 2001, at a grizzled 40 years old.    I knew just enough to survive the […]

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Years ago an astrologer told me I need to develop intuition in this lifetime.   It’s a major theme in my chart; not only that, it has to do with my North Node.  That’s where you discover what you should be working on in this lifetime, in order to keep evolving spiritually. All that psychic stuff […]

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