Author Archives: Wildflower Women

About Wildflower Women

Welcome to my site. I am writing to give people inspiration to hold their voices, especially as concerns the grieving process. My hope is that everyone finds a little inspiration from my site. We are all a work in progress! Namaste.

Kindness Warms the Soul

A kind word is like a fire in winter, it warms the soul. So often we travel through life existing on the surface of everything, rushing here and there, always busy. It appears the aid of technology, which has been … Continue reading

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Life is easier on those days when everything seems to run smoothly, from that perfect cup of tea or coffee in the morning to the hum of everything falling into place with ease as the day evolves. Yes, on those … Continue reading

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New Beginnings

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Wishing you Magic

Looking back over 2018 I can see, as I am sure we all can, things I have done mightily wrong. I can also appreciate the fear I hold for this coming year stemming from many things, not the least of … Continue reading

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The Morning Light

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On this day of the winter solstice, one where we have the shortest amount of daylight in the northern hemisphere, take a moment to sit in this space and breathe.  It is especially important during this harried time of the … Continue reading

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November Sorrows

It is in the quiet that I seem to remember more of the feelings. When it is quiet, and my mind is still it all comes flooding back like water cascading down a mountain. There is a crack in my … Continue reading

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Balance, defined as a state of equilibrium. . . mental steadiness or emotional stability. And yet, it seems to be the one thing many of us lack, especially in these times.  Of course, one could pose the question that perhaps … Continue reading

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Little Red Riding Hood

Why are we all so afraid of change? We cling to the familiar, even when it no longer serves us. We don’t want to open the box as it might contain darkness! We all want things to remain the same, … Continue reading

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