Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Entering the 20th Century

Good day all,
I have made the leap into the 20th century (as Sara says). Photo of Sara and me below so you know who I'm talking about in the future.

I have ordered Road Runner and will now have internet access in my home (oh boy, this could mean late night blogs... get ready for midnight ramblings...). I will also now have TV which I have not had for the past 10 years. This is a "meeting in the middle" for me. The man I have been dating has TV and I have begun to watch NCSI on Tuesday nights... Bizarre how it seems to be addicting, humm go figure. I have noticed that too much TV seems to mess with my frequency and I need to have lots of quiet to re-connect to the present moment - the here and now. This could be an amazing test for me - learning how to ground faster and deeper, yup that sure will be a lesson for me.

My dear friend Carol, who is an amazing photographer, will be traveling to Scotland within the next few weeks. If you think of it, send her good safe travel wishes. Can't wait to share some of her photos of her trip!

So dear readers, tonight is New Year's Eve and I send you the vibration of abundance, joy and passion for tonight. I hope that you all have the opportunity to bring in this new year with someone special (even if that someone is a four legged friend...) and you take some time to say Thank you to the Mother for all of your blessings of 2008!!

Love, Laugh and Be well, J.

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Hello World!

Hola, Greetings, Hey There...
So, this is my first blog entry.  My friend Nance Boyce who runs Thou Art Gallery here in my church says this is a great way for me to put myself "out there" and since 2009 is going to be such a great year I thought why not share what I hear with others.
I will start this blog with a bit of history about the day my world changed -- Sept. 24, 2001.
Moments before I was hit (60 miles per hour into my drivers side door), I "saw" a blue angel sitting in my front passenger seat.  She said "you're going to be hurt, but you're going to be fine" and then darkness..   The left side of my body was smashed -- broken knee, pelvis and shoulder.  Amazingly, I don't remember the impact.  I was in a hospital bed for three months which gave me LOTS of time to BE STILL.  That was the beginning of my conversations with spirit.  

To bring you up to date since then professionally I completed school and received my license to practice massage and body work, completed training in cancer massage and craniosacral therapy, purchased a beautiful "church" built by 26 women in 1883 (more on that later) and am currently pursuing training in Indian Head Massage.  Personally, I got divorced, got a dog (Brutus) and now have "empty nest syndrome"  --NOT!  My son (Sean, 24) has solidified a wonderful relationship and is planning a wedding, my daughter (Sara, 18) graduated high school,  went to college and is now transferring back to SUNY Cortland (yeah closer to home!!) and I started dating (wow, didn't think that would happen...).  

Guess that's enough to digest for now.  If you have any questions about massage or body work and would like me to explore the subjects on my blog, please send me an email with your question!  

Love, Laugh, and Be Well!  J.