I’ve been spread rather thin lately. Perhaps you could say the same. When I think about it, what I’m doing is bit ridiculous. In no particular order, I have been: trying my best as a mom and a wife running clinical trials to try to find new medicines for kidney patients editing my second book … More The stress of abundance
(Thoughts of hope and renewal during difficult times. From the introduction of my book.)
Focusing on peacefulness and kindness can feel powerful, almost defiant, in a challenging situation. After all, it is a conscious decision not to let circumstances affect us so deeply that we forget who we truly are. The choice to stay positive can feel liberating, like a bird soaring above the noise. It can feel cathartic … More positive power
People used to send me photos of the Moon. I would write imaginative tweets about riding the Crescent Moon or express my disappointment that a glorious Full Moon was hidden behind clouds. I would smile and smile as lovely moon photos were sent to my timeline. We enjoyed the Moon together, united under the same … More I used to receive moons…
Read my full post on Peaceful Daily: Imperfect Beauty. Start a new cycle with the New Moon! (photo of the beautiful Moon – craters and all – is mine, taken though a telescope with my phone)
I have a new youtube channel, called (appropriately) SongsOfKat! The first entry is a video of me reading a short poem called “Pulling Down the Sun” from my book Moon Full of Moons. I love this poem. It’s about letting go of old paradigms to find the power within. I’m excited to share it with … More Pulling Down the Sun
A journey into darkness and back to the light. The Moon makes it look so easy. My first book of poetry, Moon Full of Moons, has been released by publisher Peaceful Daily, and is now available at the following locations: Amazon Barnes and Noble We are thrilled with the beauty of the result, and even … More Book release: Moon Full of Moons – Poetry of Transformation
The Waxing Crescent Moon (with Venus) sails over the constellation of house lights across the river. It takes moving through a New Moon to arrive at this beauty.
Descriptions of relationships and individuals, about anyone and about no one. How would you capture a relationship in a sentence? The time you offered to drive my car across a desert, did you know it would be a metaphor for the rest of our lives? You hold a light so bright that the rest of … More Relationships described in one sentence
Somewhere in the darkness, her sigh becomes audible, her exhalations more pronounced – that’s when her wings stretch beyond the confines of a day and in that moment she is found and free, flying – the butterfly of her mind.