Tag: enoughness

Slice of Sunshine —See the Light of Days

As a kid, old people* would tell me that time moves faster as you age. This annoyed me. The little logician in me would think: Impossible! There are always 24 hours in a day and seven days in a week, so how could it move any faster than that?🤓 But it turns out to be […]

Slice of Sunshine —(begrudgingly) Granting Grace

It started as a typical morning dog walk. Roxy, Astro and I were on our usual neighborhood route which includes crossing a higher-traffic street. As I approached the intersection, a car with windows down and music blaring approached as well. While the law in Oregon is that all corners are to be considered de facto […]

Slice of Sunshine —The Trains Do Run On Time

“Wow. Sounds like the trains run on time at your house.” I was with my extended family at Pike Place Market in Seattle doing the “tourist thing.” All six of us wanted different things for lunch (of course) and I was trying to coordinate everyone heading in different directions. As I laid out the plan […]

Slice of Sunshine —Enough is Actually Enough

Enough is Actually Enough The first time I was told “You are enough, just as you are,” I thought: Uh, no. I still have a lot of work to do. At the time, I felt like I was not living up to my potential. Working as a yoga teacher was personally gratifying but monetarily lacking. […]