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How To Turn Trauma Into Triumph

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Have you ever realised that your most traumatic life experiences just might be the greatest gifts you’ve ever received?

How we feel about the ‘bad things’ that have happened in our lives has the power to make or break us in ways that are far reaching and sometimes life altering.

When we feel victimised by what life has handed us, we relinquish our power to fully recover and see the gifts in the event.  When we can eventually come to terms with what’s happened and even manage to feel grateful for it, we increase our capacity to bounce back from future crises as well as life’s daily hassles.

Trauma and crisis make us humble, compassionate, grateful and resilient.

The birth of my son more than 13 years ago would rank right up there as one of the most traumatic experiences of my life and yet, it was clearly one of my most treasured gifts because once it was all over…he was alive and healthy, I was alive and fairly healthy considering what I’d endured, and most importantly, I’d become a mother.

Not only that, I’d been humbled and brought into a truer alignment with my soul’s path. Experiencing that very difficult birth allowed me to disassemble much of what I’d previously thought about who I was and how my life was supposed to be and then bit by bit, to create a more authentic and richer version of myself.

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And you know, even though I’ve gotten over the grief, regret and strong sense of failure I felt for a few years (yes years), after the event, this strong memory still has the power to get me fired up.

What makes me cross is that as a society we persist in the belief that all trauma is bad, to be regretted and that if crappy things have happened in a person’s life it somehow means they are faulty or deficient.

One of my very wise and resilient clients who has experienced a difficult marriage separation in the last year says to herself and her children:

“This is just something that’s happening to you it’s not who YOU are.”

I love this because it’s so true and so simple to understand.

We don’t need to identify with or be fully defined by the challenging episodes in our lives. And until we’re ready to see and feel the blessing in what’s occurred, it’s perfectly acceptable and even desirable to express how we feel with honesty and courage.

So here’s what I’d recommend for turning your perspective of loss, failure or resentment over what’s happened into feelings of inner strength, optimism and gratitude:

Step one: Honour the emotions that are there and feel them. Try not to attach any judgments to the feelings as classifying emotions as negative or positive is actually pretty flawed and unhelpful.

We feel what we feel, that’s all.  None of it is wrong or bad.

Step two: Talk, write, sing, dance, cry, draw and paint about how you feel until a feeling of peace and acceptance washes over you and the feelings soften a little (even if only temporarily).

Step three: Look for just one blessing in the event and write it down or tell someone about it.

Step four: Take yourself into a meditative state – just sit down, close your eyes and bring your attention to within the centre of your being – and see yourself being an objective observer of what has happened.  Then try seeing all of the other players in the event and how each of them has had their own experience and received their own gifts.

Ask within yourself to be shown the deeper significance of this experience and hold an intention of wonder and curiosity about what you might discover.

We’re not here to avoid trauma and crisis at any cost because to be quite honest, we can’t. Plus, there is a greater mystery in motion that is completely out of our control. And when we realise that our challenges and crises make us rather than break us, may we bless them all and revel in their divine beauty.

For some personal attention with coming to terms with a difficult time in your life, contact me for a chat and book an in-person, telephone or Skype session with me sometime.  Read more here about how I work…

Blessings abound, Tricia

How Are Your Adrenals? Four Tips For Slowing Down

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We live in a pretty crazy world don’t we?

I mean honestly, what’s with all this rushing around, moving and shaking, getting the job done?

We’re not designed to live at the pace we have deigned (in the west at least) to be “normal modern life”. Anyone remember the “slow food revolution”?  What we really need is a ‘slow life’ revolution.

And I’m not sure if you’ve heard about the unhealthy imbalance this racing about can cause in our bodies, but it’s real, it’s widespread and the implications for how our bodies will function into older age and how that will impact our enjoyment of life are concerning.

So dear sisters, if you are in your thirties or forties and maintaining a life where you are often heard to say, “I’m so busy, I haven’t got time to scratch myself”, or something similar, then I’m guessing, you’re not devoting enough time to relaxing, sleeping well, or you know, just sitting down and doing nothing for a little while every day.

I’m a recovering ‘rush-around woman’ myself, so I know what this sort of life feels like. Even nowadays, in our more relaxed country lifestyle, I still occasionally get pulled back into that old pattern of “so much to do, so little time.”

Our bodies, minds and emotions need regular down time.  Daily rest is not a luxury, it’s a necessity for each and every one of us.

What’s happening is that by placing all this pressure on ourselves to:

  • Be productive
  • Do everything well
  • Be infallible and perfect
  • Be a support for others
  • Be approved of by others etc, etc…

…we are burning out our endocrine system, starting with our adrenal glands.

You’ve all heard about the fight or flight response? Yes? Well here’s a recap; you see we humans were designed to be in the stress-response state for around maybe thirty seconds per day. You know, walking through the jungle and, “Oh hell, there’s a leopard over there, RUN!”….(thirty seconds later)…”Phew. That was close, wow, my chest is pounding hard.”

May the animals be our teachers.
May the animals be our teachers.

These days, due to our modern lifestyle, we are placing ourselves in the fight or flight state on and off all day long and our adrenals, which secrete many essential hormones including cortisol which helps us recover after stress or crisis, are just plain over-worked.

Here are my top four suggestions for changing our ‘rush fast’ mindset to something more gentle and nurturing:

  1. Release the need to be approved of by others in every moment of every day.
  2. Redefine your idea of the word ‘selfish’ and realise that good self-care benefits everyone around you.
  3. Stop obsessing about what’s next and how long your ‘to do’ list is and just BE in the present moment – when we do this and then ask ourselves if everything is actually okay right now, the answer is usually ‘yes’.
  4. Remember to breathe and enjoy your life. There’s no point in putting yourself last for the twenty years or so it takes to raise children and then look back with regret and resentment AND have to live with the legacy of chronic ill-health caused by stress.

So take it easy this weekend, slow down, do less and take stock of how you might re-jig your weekly routine so you have more space, ease and even some help from the other people in your life.  Delegation is not a dirty word 🙂

Here’s what medical intuitive, Caroline Sutherland has to say on the matter: Adrenal Fatigue – The 21st Century Disease (click to read more).

I love helping people navigate these sorts of changes in their lives. I’m available for sessions on either a single session basis, or you can buy a three session package.  Read more here and phone me for a chat.

Much love to you all, Tricia

Meditation Saved My Sanity When I Was a New Mum

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How good are you at making your own health and happiness your highest priority?

I’ve always been fairly focused on looking after my own health and emotional well-being, it’s just something I managed to hone as a young woman. I worked out quite early in my adult life that I’m quite sensitive to stress and that my health goes downhill fast in response to bodily neglect or mistreatment.

I have never been one of those people who can party all night and then with only a glimpse at the pillow, proceed with reasonable normality through the following day.  Okay, I’ll come clean…I’ve only ever had one hangover in my life.  Boring?  Perhaps, but the truth is, I just didn’t like the way it felt and resolved to never do it again.

Simple for me I know but hey, I’m not much of a party animal or risk taker.  I like home, routine, comfort, safety and also… (might as well come completely clean with you), not wasting my money, nor being in vast clouds of cigarette smoke – it was the early nineties and people still smoked in pubs and clubs.

Anyway, fast forward to me in my early thirties and having my first child…

I thought my commitment to good self-care was right on track.  Then I became a mother.  Early motherhood for me was very rewarding, exhausting and emotionally….shall we say, demanding, draining?

Back then I thought getting out for a walk once or twice a week on my own, or getting a haircut, or hold the front page, doing the grocery shop without baby in tow, were living it up.  He was my world and I loved him intensely but I wasn’t so good at spending much time looking after myself or letting others do things for me. And to be honest, my marriage suffered some neglect too.

Not much changed when our daughter came along. In fact with a newborn and a toddler, I found even more to do in my mummy role and found it even easier to push away thoughts about what I wanted and needed for my own happiness and well-being.

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I certainly loved being a mother and felt so grateful for having two gorgeous healthy children but I wasn’t really enjoying my life.  I felt stressed every day, put silly amounts of pressure on myself to keep a perfect home and have perfectly healthy and well-behaved kids, and didn’t really take a healthy amount of time out just for myself.

Things began changing for me a year or so later when my children were both toddlers and bless them, still sleeping in the afternoons. I listened to my inner wisdom and calling on my memories of a Buddhist meditation course I’d done with my mum as a 25 year-old, I began meditating each day for 30 minutes while the children slept.

Hey, it only took me a decade to implement what I’d learned, not too bad.

Here’s what daily meditation gave me:

  • A rest from my over-active mind
  • Connection to my inner wisdom
  • An access point to my own source of peace and calm
  • Renewed faith in my own goodness and adequacy
  • Increased patience with my children
  • Inspiration and guidance regarding who I was at a deeper level and what my true passions were
  • Much needed perspective on my roles of mother and wife in relation to who I am as an individual…

There’s so much more I could tell you and that was just what I noticed in those first few weeks of beginning my daily practice.

If you’d like some help with getting started in your own meditation practice, you might benefit from a session (or three) with me. Click here to learn more or go to my Free audio meditation page and listen to one of my guided processes.

Much love and lightness to you all,

Tricia

Winter Solstice Healing – A 12 Minute Meditation

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If there was ever a perfect time to take a break and quiet things down in our lives, then this is it.  We’re days away from our longest night here in the southern hemisphere.

Can you feel yourself wanting to slow down and hibernate this week?  Many of us get colds and flu around this time of year and I don’t think it’s just to do with the colder weather.  Our bodies crave rest and rejuvenation at this mid-point of the year and just like the animals do, we could benefit from flowing with what feels natural for each of us.

How often do we do that?

How easy is it to gracefully respond to what our body tells us and flow with what feels good and nurturing?

Not so easy is it.  We’ve all been programmed to behave as though each day is identical to the next.  Get up with the alarm clock, eat breakfast, go to work, do household chores, deliver and pick up children etc, etc.

In reality, we’re all subject to the ebb and flow of energy levels, physical and emotional urges and bodily needs that come with all the natural cycles of life.  Here’s just a few:

  • The moon phases
  • The seasons
  • The ocean tides
  • For women, our menstrual cycle
  • Our sleep cycle which is guided mostly by the night and day cycle
  • The weekly, monthly and annual calendar cycle
  • The hours and minutes governed by clock hands moving in their cycle

Then there’s also the wider cosmic cycles of planetary orbits, comet movement and so much astronomical complexity it blows my tiny mind.

We’re all influenced in small and also significant ways by all of this and it’s no wonder to me that when the mind and emotions give us the signal to slow down and rest and we don’t listen, that the body eventually caves in and succumbs to a virus of some sort.  Not that being sick is a failure, it’s just a nice clear sign that we need to stop.

This week I recorded a gentle little meditation to celebrate the solstice and to honour the need for us all to rest and fully relax now and again.  Grab a blanket, settle into a comfy chair and have a listen….

Solstice blessings to you all, Tricia

 

 

 

It Doesn’t Matter What You Eat

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We all seem to be obsessed with food, cooking, and diet these days and I’m not convinced it’s making any of us healthier or happier.

We spend so much mental energy on what to eat and buy and then how to cook it.  For some people this food fascination is almost a full-time job and indeed a whole industry has sprung up around it.  People now become national celebrities because they can cook well. What?

Does it stress you out?  Do you wonder if the ingredients you have in your green smoothie really are the optimal blend of cancer-fighting, metabolism-boosting and hip-slimming goodness, or is someone else’s recipe better?

I’ll declare my position right now…I have never had a green smoothie in my life.  Why?  Well I just don’t think that’s what my body needs and since my intuitive abilities with regard to my own health are pretty strong, I’m following what my gut says.  It says no.

So let me flesh out my argument a little more:

  • Food fads come and go
  • Research proving certain foods are good or bad is often later proven to be false
  • We’re all different with regard to our dietary needs depending on body size, age, activity level, gender, digestive function and hormonal make-up.
  • We all need less food than we think we do and our needs change with the seasons
  • Our bodies are always trying to tell us what we need, we’ve just stopped listening to them
  • What we focus on expands, so if we make food the central focus in our lives, chances are, we’ll waste a lot of time choosing, cooking and eating our meals when all we really needed was some wholemeal toast with peanut butter.
  • When we over-emphasise the importance of food we eat more and we get less done in the other, perhaps more creative, fulfilling and life-enhancing realms of our lives.
Enjoying a walk with my family....not caring at all about what's for lunch.
Enjoying a walk with my family….not caring at all about what’s for lunch.

That all sounds convincing right?

But what I really wanted to convey here relates directly to the title, “It doesn’t MATTER what you eat”.  Quantum scientists have known for years now that there is actually very little matter (solid stuff) in the universe, when examined at the quantum level, there is far, far more space in everything than there is matter.

Stay with me here because what I’m about to tell you is true and may have the power to change not only how and what you eat but how you feel about lots of other things in your life.

Everything is ENERGY

What you feel and think about what you eat has an overwhelming influence on how your body treats it.  If you think what you are eating is bad for you your body will fail to perceive and absorb the nutrients in that food. Similarly, if you hate your body and feel that every mouthful you swallow is making you fat, your body will play along.

Did you know there are brain cells in your stomach and intestinal tract?

So hey, I don’t want to bore you with all the science (mainly cause I don’t know it all), but what I do know from my intuition and wisdom channeled from Source is that we are constantly creating our experience of life via our thoughts and feelings. Not all of it sure, but most of the day to day stuff.

Put simply, when we love the body and listen to our desire for this or that, it doesn’t take too long before we begin reaching for a carrot to snack on rather than a packet of crisps, or we stop at one or two cookies instead of eating five.  Our body is incredibly wise and straightforward when we honour it properly.

So here’s my tip for the week: Enjoy what you eat, eat what you enjoy and be present with every bite.  Slow down and appreciate your meal with awareness and your body will tell you when it’s satisfied.

That’s all for today and if you’d like to spend some time receiving some guidance and healing from me over the phone, take a look at my Sessions with Tricia page and call or email me.

Much love, Tricia

 

Finding it Hard to Meditate? Listen to This…

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Many of you think you can’t meditate don’t you?  Tried it…too hard…not worth the trouble, right?

That monkey mind just won’t shut up. It’s a constant stream of unpleasant thoughts and feelings, memories and worries amid the shopping lists, reminder to self to phone Mum, and that awful realization you forgot a friend’s birthday last week.

I know, I feel your pain because this happens to me when I meditate too.  Yes, I’ve been a daily (well almost), meditator for oh about nine years now and I too get distracted by my mind.

So do you know what I did to help myself become better at meditating?  I started a women’s meditation circle and began channeling guided meditations for the group within a few months. Fun huh?

That was two years ago and the good news is that running a weekly session with other people has certainly improved the quality of my daily meditations and I love doing it. The not so good new though is some days I still don’t find it easy to settle the body and calm the mind and some (very occasional) days, I don’t make the time to do it at all.

Hey, I’m only human and life has a funny habit of shifting and changing beneath our feet, right?

So, short article today because I want you to take fifteen minutes for yourself right now and listen to this easy and simplified guided meditation I recorded today.

Allow me to gently guide you within your heart space and feel those beautiful glimpses, those soft little moments of stillness and peace.  I guarantee you’ll feel better for doing it.

Much love, Tricia

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Be a Success Without Sacrificing Your Joy

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I’m feeling jubilant, relieved and successful right now and it’s all because I cleaned our bathrooms this afternoon. It’s been one of those strange weeks where I’ve been placing a lot of extra pressure on myself and finding the time to do those pesky household tasks has been tricky.

You see it all started last weekend when I headed up to the big smoke to attend a two day course on writing great quality media releases to get some free publicity in the mainstream media for my coaching business.

I’m a keen student because I love learning and I love demonstrating my new found knowledge and gaining recognition from my teachers.  Square huh?

Trouble is, in this grown up world, far, far away from the childhood classroom, it’s not so simple to take what we’ve learned, get ten out of ten on the pencil and paper test and declare ourselves a success.

Plus, as a result of the unique blend of nature and nurture in which I was raised, I received (or interpreted all by my lonesome), some pretty clear messages that led me to believe that anything worth doing must involve quite a lot of:

  • Striving
  • Struggle
  • Intelligence
  • Hard work
  • Luck
  • and, the biggie, Sacrifice

The good stuff I picked up though included persistence, focus, attention to detail, pride in a job well done and pleasure in seeing the final results.

This love and mastery of learning has carried me faithfully through two university degrees, a post-grad. diploma and countless short courses in subjects as diverse as flower essences, painting, creative writing and teaching.

What I noticed this week after completing my media release course was that while I felt pumped with confidence, enthusiasm and motivation to succeed, I also placed a lot of pressure on myself to get the results I desired, and fast, instantly if possible.

So now that it’s five days later and I’m yet to see my article published or even speak to a journalist, I’m actually feeling fine and a lot more relaxed about the pace of my progress because I’ve actually done okay amid a week full of the regular work, family and personal demands.

And I’ve clung with clear determination and focus to the self-care rituals I do daily to keep myself, happy, healthy and in balance.  I’ve walked, meditated, danced, had tea catch-ups with three girlfriends and gone to my weekly yoga class (hence, the bathrooms went to the bottom of the ‘to do’ list).

I just have to get outside and enjoy what's on my doorstep.
I just have to get outside and enjoy what’s on my doorstep.

Years ago, this wouldn’t have been the case. I would have been head down, tail up, working and pushing my way to success regardless of the cost to my relationships, sanity or well-being.  I most likely would have been terrible company for my family and may have ended up coming down with a cold.

And, here’s the reality check I’ve discovered that supports my new approach:

The old me wasted a lot of time responding to my busy mind and heading off down dead end routes instead of understanding that all happens for a reason and a season.  While we must make an effort and take action, the timing of our success is not really determined by our steadfast focus or our stress-laden need for it to be completed…NOW if possible.

Nope, not at all.  There’s more to it and we can harness the power of universal support and our own divine inspiration all the better when we’re in an attitude of co-creation rather than solo grunt.

I could tell you a whole heap more but that’s enough for now… If you would like some personal guidance and support with any of this stuff, please read more here and contact me for a chat.

Much love, Tricia

Four Steps to Coaching Yourself to Greatness

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You know you’re being called to step up and into the next brilliant chapter of your life right now don’t you?

Anything holding you back?

If you’re like me and have been on the so-called, “spiritual development” pathway for a few years, I’ll bet you’re completely fed up with overcoming yet another self-limiting belief, squashing those pesky self-sabotaging behaviours and uncovering those ancient fears that pop up every time you feel like you’re finally making progress.

We’re full of it aren’t we?

Well yes, and no. Yes because we are complex, flawed and multi-layered and no because we are amazing, resilient, here for a reason and it really is all good.

Enjoying an Autumn beach visit with my daughter.
Enjoying an Autumn beach visit with my daughter.

What’s required here is a shift of mindset around what it truly means to be a moderately enlightened person who has a great life, lots of friends, fun times, good health and laughter.

I’ve made some rapid and much appreciated leaps forward within my inner landscape these past few weeks and then more stuff rises to the surface right?

My dreams have been showing me a glitch that needs fixing before I can move ahead properly into my expanded business, my book being published and my face being on the cover of…well maybe not that.  But anyway, in these dreams, I’m attending events with my current mentors, having a great old time and then my children appear in the dream and they’re all thin and undernourished, or a washing line appears in front of me and I begin unpegging the washing. Strange? Well not really.

What I feel these dreams were revealing was a belief at the unconscious level that motherhood and career are incompatible.  I say ‘were’ because this morning on my beach walk I clarified it and transformed it. I used a technique created by the wonderful Dee Wallace where you simply claim out loud from your ‘I AM’ presence (higher self), whatever it is you would like to create.

I said something like this:

“I claim from my I AM presence in this moment of now that I am fully balanced, free, joyful and successful in my roles of mother, teacher, healer, wife, daughter, friend and in myself free of all roles. And so it is. Thank you”.  

Sound easy enough?

Here are some steps to get you there:

  1. Begin with an attitude of loving kindness for yourself. Try Louise Hay’s mirror exercise where you look into a mirror first thing in the morning and gazing into your eyes say, “I love you your name” at least three times. Keep this up until it feels true and then do it some more.
  2. Get to know what you really want to create in your life from what you most love doing.
  3. Know yourself well enough to be able to read your own dreams, listen to insights from within while meditating, or use journalling, painting, singing, dancing or walking as self-exploration tools.
  4. Understand and accept that you are the most powerful person in your life and if you want to make changes in how you live, then simply begin claiming want you want to create as a reality in the present moment.

That’s it for now lovely people. And remember, I love helping women get to know themselves better and deeper because I know it leads to a happier life.  Consider booking a phone or in-person coaching and healing session with me and you’ll see quick results.

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Twenty-Nine Minutes to Self-Healing

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When we spend time in nature we heal ourselves in deep and lasting ways.  Sometimes all I need to do when I’m feeling off-balance, worried, or down-spirited is to go for a good long walk.

Some time last year I wrote a post on the seven healing elements in our natural world and how they connect with the energies of each of the seven chakras. Please feel free to click here if you’d like to read this article.

Now what I’d love to share with you this week is a guided process I recorded out in the bush near my home today. This meditation will provide you with wonderfully useful information about how nature heals us and will empower you to have a bigger role in your own healing and self-nurturing.  Enjoy the recording everyone.  Much love, Tricia

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I’m a Healer and So Are You

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Do you realise that in every moment of every day your amazing body is healing itself and your energy is doing the same with your energetic self?

And, here’s the piece I really want to share, whenever you are with another person or even thinking of them, you have the capacity to heal them too, simply by holding a feeling of love for them.  We also do this for the land and the entire natural world including all the animals we encounter when we feel appreciation for them. Plus, this process is reciprocal, when you give, you receive.

Now this isn’t about effort, being a perfect example of loving energy, or being attached to curing or saving anyone. This is just what we naturally do as human beings and we need not be concerned about the outcome. But since we’re doing it anyway, why not acknowledge this beautiful power, and do it with clear and loving intentions.

When we love nature it loves us right back.
When we love nature it loves us right back.

It all begins with self-love and the understanding that we are all perfect just as we are.  This is not about making things better because something is wrong.  It’s about embracing all that is present in a more loving way so we elevate ourselves and everyone else into more comfortable and graceful lives.

Confused?  Hmm, I’ll try saying it another way…

When my daughter was almost four, we discovered she had asthma.  The diagnosis meant a hospital visit in the early hours of the morning and a worrisome twenty-four hours while the doctors brought her breathing capacity back to normal with regular Ventolin inhalations.

As this little episode coincided with my emergence into the world of natural therapies both in my work and in my approach to caring for the health of my children, I felt I could have a go at curing her with a combination of kinesiology, flower essences and a few other tricks I’d learned along the way.

Well apparently this was not to be, because seven years later, although her experience of asthma is now mild and occasional, my efforts to fix my little girl all up and make it go away did not succeed.

What I eventually concluded was that it was not my role to make this illness completely disappear for my daughter. I’m sure some of what I did from the intention of love, helped her recover from her bouts of sickness and reduced the severity of the episodes, but for whatever mysterious reason, she is somehow meant to experience this condition. End of story.

We serve ourselves and those we love best by being in complete acceptance and love regarding any situation we find ourselves or them in, and then simply loving into that reality.  That’s it, that’s all and yes, we do make a difference when we can do this with minimal attachment to what happens next.

For me there was a lot of learning to be had around releasing my need to be the perfect mother, to have perfectly healthy children and to be able to cope gracefully with caring for a sometimes uncooperative small child while she needed to be at home from school to get better.  Ahh, parenthood, the greatest teacher I’ve had.

On another note…

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Much love to you all,

Tricia