30 May 2013
in Acting, audition, blogger, career, co writing, healing, inspiration, lyrics, Mother, music, Singing, Winter Park, Writing
Tags: acting, actor, art, artist, arts sake, class, film, friends, guided imagery, hope for harmony, journey, mindfulness, monologue
You are probably singing right now…”One moment in time….” but I seriously meant ” One Moment at a Time” as post title. Why? Because all it takes is one moment in time to realize our true potential. This Tuesday marked the 3rd week of Core Film Class at Art Sake’s Studio. I have been enjoying the heck out of this class. I am learning to trust my impulses in acting and to be more “in the moment”.
This week I am realizing that doors continue to open. I feel there is limitless possibilities and potential in our world. Sometimes the doors that open are right in front of our eyes, and we fail to notice for one reason or another. So that is where “mindfulness” comes in. When I slow my mind down and focus on the emotions, what is bubbling up under the surface; the answers begin to appear. So I encourage you to do the same. Go to Google and click on “Guided Imagery”, meditations or take a local yoga class. It really does make a significant different on your day while also bringing clarity to what is bubbling up.
This week was exciting! Stay tuned, as my friend Georgia and I just began pre production on our co-write. We will be posting our new song this summer. Also, I will be an extra in a local Indie film called ” Hope for Harmony” to be taped this upcoming week.
Not much more to say, as its Friday “Eve”. We are all tired, right? Time to renew, repair and reboot for the next week.
Live. Love. Create.
22 Nov 2012
in Baby, gratitude, healing, Life, Mother, Parenting, spirituality, thanksgiving, Winter Park, Writing
Tags: family, friends, gratitude, healing, health, mindfulness, thanksgiving
This thanksgiving is different from previous holidays. After going through a few life changing events and getting necessary “wake up” calls; I have immense gratitude for life. This day I am reflecting on how thankful I am for your support and for knowing you. You know who you are. It is the family member who says hello and checks in just because. It is the friend who listens without judgement. It is the co-worker who brightly smiles and waves hello. It is the receptionist who takes the time to ask how I am feeling. And I cannot forget how thankful I am for our baby girl Olivia Daisy. It is her unconditional positive regard for life that amazes me. Olivia’s innocence and enthusiasm are contagious. She is our “guppy”, a nickname we gave her after the first ultrasound. She appeared like a guppy with no formed legs or arms on the ultrasound. Now we call her “cupcake” and “stinky”. Oh how things change! I am truly thankful for the ups and downs that life has brought. Like an ocean wave, my confidence has ebbed and flowed. However, this Thanksgiving I am more alive, more aware than ever before. I am truly thankful for a fresh start, a new beginning, an awakening.
Many thanks to YOU. Wishing you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving!