Peace for your Path...

"peace. it does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. it means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart." (unknown)

Thursday, March 24, 2011

The" Music on the Path" Winter 2011 Verditas Journal is now online!

Please let me know what you think of our newest issue! You can now send emails to me directly via Veriditas at my new email address . Our Spring 2011 issue will have a Caregivers theme, so let me know your ideas, OK?

Click this link for The Spirit of Veriditas, Voices From the Labyrinth

Monday, March 21, 2011

Underwired Magazine - The Recycle Issue

I am honored to have an article included in the March 2011 "Recycle Issue" of Underwired Magazine. Follow Underwired on Facebook and pick up your copy today of this fabulous women's publication.
"Reassess. Rewrite. Resume." is on page 16. Thanks for reading!

PS    Please check back soon for a funny (and very humbling) story about what happened to me while flying back from Louisville, KY a couple of weekends ago after picking up my very own copy of Underwired in my favorite hometown coffee house....It involves my airline seatmate, her friend's daughter, breakfast and a birdcage.

More on this story after I unpack from Spring Break!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

super moon

I took this photo on the last evening of Winter while visiting my family in Georgia at the end of our Spring Break. Apparently, the full moon was known as a "Super Moon" because it was the closest to the earth it has been nearly the past twenty years.
(Learn more on the NASA website: )
The moon looked enormous as it was just coming up over the pine trees, and I tried my best to capture a bit of its beauty with my cell phone camera. The reflected light was so bright that we could see our shadows by the pond. It was a lovely evening of ghost stories and s'mores by an open campfire surrounded by people I love and cherish deeply...

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Sending Love (and birthday hugs to my baby brother) from the center of the labyrinth here at Historic Farmington in Louisville, KY. Peace for your Path, Robin

To watch a short documentary of this labyrinth being built back in October 2009 by a group of volunteers (including me) under the creative direction of Robert Ferre of Labyrinth Enterprises, here is the link:
You might also enjoy photos in my blog's archives, too!

Sunday, March 13, 2011

2011 Lenten Meditations of The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd

Thanks so much to Merike Seeley and to the staff of Good Shepherd for including me in the March 31st devotional reading. Enjoy your own copy of this beautiful collection today:

2011 Daily Lenten Devotionals from First Presbyterian Church of North Palm Beach

Thanks so much to Sara McDonnell and also the staff of First Presbyterian for including "The Rosary Tree" in the March 17th and 18th devotionals. Enjoy your own copy online at

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

a special Ash Wednesday labyrinth walk

Join us tomorrow immediately following the 9:30am Ash Wednesday service in the sanctuary at The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd to walk the outdoor labyrinth from 10:30am to 12pm. All are invited!

Women: What Does Water Mean to You?

Women: What Does Water Mean to You?

Share your stories today! Take a moment to share your photos, too, and explore the quilt at The Nature Conservancy website.

today is International Women's Day

To celebrate, The Motherhood is hosting a special talk today at 12pm Eastern Time online with The American Cancer Society to discuss how cancer touches the lives of women. I am looking forward to participating. Join us!

Also, if you'd like to read an excellent article on labyrinths on The American Cancer Society website, here is the link: