He said, “In the sunlight, I can see the moon coming out in your hair. It’s beautiful.” A far cry from another’s recent remark of, “Wow, you’re getting a lot of grey, you really should do something about that.” You really should do something about that… She is. She is choosing to accept herself. After…
After months of preparation, our Ebook is available!!! As soon as I got the ipad last year, I started downloading books. Even though it is wonderful to sit down with a physical copy of a book, it is SO convenient to have ebooks when Ron and I travel. I don’t have to decide which books…
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On a recent visit to a Hindu temple in Bali, dressed in my sarong and scarf, I was carrying a large offering basket on my head. I was with Ron, Sudi, and Nyoman, so of course, I was carrying the basket, men don’t carry offering baskets on their head.
We walked up several stairs and into a beautiful temple overlooking the beach. A few steps after I had walked under an archway leading to the temple, a big monkey jumped out of nowhere onto my head. It had one claw gripping my ponytail-bun and was pillaging the offering of food, flowers, and incense.
It was the most bizarre feeling since I couldn’t see him because of the large basket and the monkey had total control of my head with my hair.
I said to Ron “I need some help, there’s a monkey on my head”, being the daring, brave man that he is, he quickly swat it away, and saved me. I had to laugh because it was such a strange encounter, but he had gotten away with a handful of our offerings.
This morning I took a hike with my friend who had just returned from a week in Mexico. The first couple of days she was there she attempted to work by giving a teleseminar, a webinar, and a phone interview with NPR. Well, none of it worked.