Are you a caregiver? Would you like to learn some valuable tips about connecting to your heart while you’re caregiving? In this talk, “The Heart of Caregiving,” I teach using my lifetime of experiences. I show how caring from your heart can help you be a better caregiver and bring you more joy. Learn What Works […]
Hi, I'm Heather! Welcome to my blog where I share insights from my experiences with overcoming challenges.
Experience the details
I focus on details which highlight the beauty in the ordinary, creating gratitude for everything in life, even the struggles. This consciousness reminds me what I am living for, reconnecting me to my humanity, the joy of exploring this life, and my life’s meaning and purpose.
Discover new perspectives
I write about what living with Miller syndrome, hearing impairment, autism, and a genetic lung disease have taught me about myself and other people. My prose and poetry shed light on the meaning of life, relationships, diversity, acceptance and unconditional love.
Journey with me
Come with me on a journey through emotions that connect us all, the struggles and joys we all share, and the oneness of life. I hope my writings will influence how you see life, people, and most importantly, the relationship you have with yourself, leaving you forever changed. There is so much to live for.
Inspirational Prose: Transition Right now I am in transition, a metamorphosis from a cocooned caterpillar to a butterfly. Four weeks ago my live-in-aide and best friend of 12 and a half years moved out of my place and to another state. My feelings are a raw mix of sadness, denial, wishing for the past, and […]
Our love is…Loving, nurturing homes of light, richly furnished for guiding our growth of bodies, minds, and hearts.
Spontaneous play and humor enjoyed, filling our lives with freedom and delight…
I blink in the sunlight as it sheds its warmth on the asphalt below my feet at elementary school. It is recess again and I am left alone as the kids scatter away from the building to their favorite playtime activity…
The IV or the mask — the choice became critical in my teen years after having been exposed to the mask used for anesthesia so many times in the past. It didn’t matter what flavor I chose to inhale…