The Art of Fly Fishing Life is not to be grasped violently Or held onto desperately But rather to be allowed to flow through your fingers Like the delicate line of a fly-fishing rod Artfully cast into the stream Skillfully plotted With a watchful eye And tenderly guided with a firm grip © Sandy Hibbard... Continue Reading →
Wind in my face Chimes gently tinkling Blue Jay chants Mockingbirds winking Ahhh the seasons - the cold ends, Spring bounces in and Summer hits us quick and hard. Every season brings new sounds, new colors, and new winds blow in change, delight, and challenge! I love the seasons, but I hate the... Continue Reading →
When you embrace yourself and your gifts as they are, without judgement, it will be a relief. You can relax and settle into who you are, accepting the opportunity and the room it gives you to expand on so many levels - and there will be nothing to hold back the growth.
“As I ate the oysters with their strong taste of the sea, I lost the empty feeling and began to be happy.” ~ Ernest Hemingway from a Movable Feast Hemingway loved them. I have always been repulsed by them. That is until an insistent friend, Philou and his beautiful wife Dominique, properly introduced me in Paris.... Continue Reading →
I'm thinking that as you age, it must be necessary that you develop a keener awareness and a bolder, even fearless attitude - and to basically not give a shit. Otherwise, this fast and furious culture we live in would eat you up, and the resonate fear of it could drive you to want to do nothing... Continue Reading →