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This blog was the beginning of my own yellow brick road back in 2006. When I first started taking photos and writing about beauty in my midst — every day for an entire year — I had no idea how it would change my world, lift my spirits and offer a pathway into becoming a creative, intuitive entrepreneur. I feel so blessed to work as an artist, writer and mentor from my home studio (we call it the dudio, since it was originally a dining room!). It’s true — there’s no place like home. 

In 2020, I’ve committed to get back to sharing more here — stories about my art, the angels, braving cancer and hardship, and about honoring the magic around us and within us. So happy you’re here!

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The Best Gifts for Breast Cancer Patients

The Best Gifts for Breast Cancer Patients

From the moment I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018, and to this day, I have been so amazed and humbled by the outpouring of love and support from friends, family and even strangers. I suspect anyone who's faced extensive treatment, surgeries and monitoring...

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Introducing SOS: Speaking of Stardust

Introducing SOS: Speaking of Stardust

30 years ago, those two precocious teens thought their high school wasn’t doing enough to take care of the environment. They wanted recycling bins available, local hiking trails preserved and their fellow students to care more about the earth. So they convinced their...

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Rainbow Connections During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Rainbow Connections During the COVID-19 Pandemic

I posted this today on my social media feeds and have received some messages from people asking if they can do the same thing, using our letter. OF COURSE! I've added a downloadable PDF of the letter below. Here are the details: we’re doing a “rainbow...

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How I Discovered My Breast Cancer

How I Discovered My Breast Cancer

On this day eight months ago, Brad and I sat at the kitchen table as I answered the call we both knew I'd be receiving. A nurse on the other end of the line informed me I had breast cancer. She had very few details, told me I'd be receiving calls to schedule many more...

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