Recovering From Surgery With A Wicked Sense Of Humor – Part 1

Be kind to others. Your unassuming act of kindness might become someone's memory of a lifetime. A close friend Jessie recently underwent major back surgery. Similar to the back surgery Tiger Woods had....gnarly! Jessie has lupus and a laundry list of other things that led to the surgery. Her sister … [Read more...]

The Woman Who Saved Me

A Snippet from Brita Corradini's Website: Three years ago, the word cancer filled my entire life.  Each day was spent talking about it, prodding it, quietly desperate for someone to save me from a body that I thought had betrayed me.  I was diagnosed with an aggressive form of stage II breast … [Read more...]

Healing Sounds Comforting, But Can Be A Painful Process

Peaks & Valleys by Sheryl Brown "As an Artist, Coach and Marriage & Family Therapist, Sheryl practices art in more ways than one." My guest blogger this month is Sheryl Brown, who I met in 2008 when she painted (top image on right) Peaks and Valleys after reading about the loss of my loved … [Read more...]

The Neglected Garden

My friend Steve Tallamy is a guest writer here at Living in Courage. Steve has written "The Neglected Garden" from the heart.  Steve is a nature lover who is very connected to Mother Earth, and her beautiful kingdoms. I look forward to sharing his articles once a month, which are sure to be filled … [Read more...]

Jeff Guidry and Freedom

I received an email about Jeff Guidry and his Eagle Freedom. I loved what I read so much that I searched google. This photo is beautiful. I wanted to share this story with you, as it is inspirational, profound and healing. Jeff Guidry and Freedom are at the Sarvey Wildlife Center. As of 2008, … [Read more...]