About Me

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Warami (“good to see you” in Dharug language)

This blog is a reflection of my journey. There is a lot of wondering and pondering here. Over the past twenty years, I have been slowly weaving my Aboriginal heritage into my daily life and into the work that I do. This blog is a place where I can tell my little story as often as I need to, and share where I am on the path. I am like a little weed growing in the crack of a wall – subject to the elements, digging deep, resilient, and ever hopeful.

In this space I tell a yarn about how I try to make sense of all of the influences of my life, the practices that bring me back to spirit, and where I find joy.

… and I love trees…

My very best friend is a tree.
He lifts me up and sets me free.
In his strong arms, the sun draws nigh;
his leafy patterns paint the sky.
My dark blue skies turn brighter then,
And my poor heart grows green again.
The wonder of it heals my soul;
and I rise up and find me whole.
 
– Susan Noyes Anderson
 

Yanu  (“bye, I go” in Dharug language)

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tree girl

 

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