Sweet Saturday drives along the lake... marveling at the beauty
If San Francisco houses were Valentine's Day 😍
I have returned to the place of big red bridges and beautiful ocean views...or as I fondly call it the place where my life was saved and healing began. California, it's good to be back. 💚💚💚
Looking ahead to this week as tomorrow I fly out to meet with my main medical team on Tuesday. There have been changes since our last visit in August & I am so grateful to see the full healing that is taking place. During the trip there will be some important decisions we will be making on how to best proceed with treatment in this new healing stage. Quietly & surely...one slow step at a time healing is coming. Thank you dear friends for your love, support, and prayers these next few days.
Winter is a season of recovery and preparation. //Paul Theroux
Making someone feel loved in an instant is so much easier than showing someone your love over and over, day in and day out. It seems to me that one of the greatest hazards is quick love, which is actually charm. We get used to smiling, hugging, bantering, practicing good eye contact. And it’s easier than true, slow, awkward, painful connection with someone who sees all the worst parts of you. But quick charm is like sugar - it rots us. Only love feeds us. And love happens over years, repetitive motions, staying, staying, staying. Showing up again. Coming clean again, being seen again. That’s how love is built. //SC
winter morning reflections
weekend snow adventures...and reminiscing of this picture from last year's first ski lesson...if possible I treasure snow adventures even more now and may smile even bigger