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The Love-Filled Air

About a decade ago, my daughter, Sara, and a man named Tim met at the daycare both of their sons attended. They started taking their children on outings together and after many years of laughter, and shared experiences, realized that they were more than good friends. 853 more words


Now More Than Ever

Come for an afternoon of information and undersea wonders as marine biologists, elected officials and conservation advocates come together to discuss the protections that national marine sanctuary status have brought to treasures of marine habitat and wildlife elsewhere along the California coast, and how it can happen for SLO and Santa Barbara via designation of the Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary.* 133 more words

Protection & Preservation

Witness the world's oldest ceremony

You’ll need to plan ahead for this one – at least a year ahead, in fact.

Every night for more than seven hundred years the Yeoman Warders (commonly known as Beefeaters) of the Tower of London have conducted a locking-up ceremony called the Ceremony of the Keys. 213 more words


Activity Ramps Up; The Elders Want the Apartment Empty

Well, there is a lot to report. Things have not stopped happening, the problem is that my time to report them is minimal. Considering that each post takes about 45 min. 1,190 more words


Sacred Space

Just a corner of my sacred space room. I spend hours here every day, this is where I carry out meditation, tarot readings, healing and all manner of rituals/ceremonies. 16 more words


Entrances and Exits

Hello Brides and Besties,

I’ve been thinking about the way we enter depending on our culture and of the specific event we’re having.

At this point I’ve come in on a rustic wooden wagon covered in flowers, a palanquin carried by other important men in my life, escorted by my parents, to the sound of my brother singing Moon River, to the sound of a Dhol and my husband’s family dancing in the streets, and following a troop of Bhangra Dancers. 1,029 more words