I’ve been back a week from my
Warning: cute puppy photos!
Meet Rosie…Oh my… my hands are full of puppy love and energy… and poop… it’s been 11 years since Gracie was a pup, and here we go… so delightful and fun and lots of doggie kisses and laughter and shenanigans!
Meanwhile life is moving forward fast and there are lots of events this month that you may want to know about. I’ll include them down below… but I wanted to talk about a few things from my roadtrip…
First, I mentioned on FB last week or so, that I feel like I should be writing a food blog as I travel to eat, and experience food in different ways (and many things on the road in a different light, including myself and my work!) And one of the last experiences Jeff and I had with food was in Moss Landing, CA, at an over the top crazy art-filled place called The Haute Enchilada, run by an amazing woman chef with her painter husband. His art filled the restaurant and the gallery behind the place. Art was outside and inside and all over. The food was such a taste sensation. We went 2 nights in a row it was that good… I’ve got to try making a smoky poblano bisque (OMG). And that chili
We went in during happy hour and met both owners who treated us with such love and generosity, gifting us with special taste treats of both food and mescal-thanks Luis! Oh
Sharing in their joy of what they do, why they do it, and seeing the spark of creative juice was so fun, we left laughing and hugging them. I was able to gift Kim with my poetry book and we are invited back to eat and play music in their back music house. One of the highlights of the awesome tour we did.
Another place we stayed in our little vintage trailer was in Pismo Beach, right next to the beach at the trailer park, and it was a great daily walk. There was a lagoon that went by the park and it was a perfect spot for Gracie dog to swim and a great beach to run on. What was amazing to me was how the tide would come in and change the beach. Every time the water was going out of the lagoon it would shift the mini canyons of sand and mud on its way to the ocean. The beach was never the same twice with the higher or lower waterways.
It was a beautiful metaphor for my trip, and my life, and how change can happen. And how divine creation occurs. Sometimes you have no control over it, the forces of nature, and instead of forcing things to be what you want, you allow the universe to guide you, and show you new ways of being and doing. And you make that new creation a new story for yourself, so you rewrite your story and allow the beauty to unfold.
Does that make sense? Hard to put into words how it made me feel and how I viewed the unfolding…being present, being in the moment, and feeling that momentous moment! Whoa…
Thanks for checking in here, with me, love that you are here…
Ok loves… make sure to check out all the happenings coming this month and this year…
Heart and Hustle: Visionary Healers, Movers, and Shakers coming to you tomorrow, Friday, with goddess dancer and healer, Heather Shoopman… stay tuned here on the blog, www.paulettereesdenis.com…
Heart and Hustle Live, with me, now every Tuesday, at 10 am...here on FB
Tribal Grooves Teacher Training Online…finally coming to you… first time online March 30th...Click here
The Tribal Connection… woo hoo… we’ve been having so much fun, working our bodies, talking with our global dancers, reviewing and learning about
Illumination the Women’s Create and Illuminate Retreat to Mexico is closed ( email to be on the wait list)