Thursday, March 17, 2016


A new adventure.
Recently I took the fundamentals course in BodyTalk. My goal is to offer treatments from our home. The sunroom is the perfect room for it!
BodyTalk is a gentle modality used to free blockages in our bodies. It's really quite profound how such a gentle approach can have some amazing results.

One client wrote to me "You have a gift girl! Last night I slept with out sleep aids which I haven't done in forever and my mind is so much clearer this week. Thank you !!"

How wonderful!

I'll share more about BodyTalk in future posts, until then if you want to learn more click on the IBA Link, International BodyTalk Association.


It never ends. Advocating for your children.
Pushing, teaching, explaining.
It's frustrating yet necessary.

The boys are in homeschool classes at our homeschool board. Both have one to one support in class with a mentor. We are so blessed. While they learn, I am writing.

While I write to a contact at the Ministry of Education to explain once again why Rhett is eligible for severe disabilities funding. The constant push-pull of advocating.  Be strong, be clear, be factual. When really I want to send a picture of Rhett's MRI, circle the black holes where there used to be a temporal lobe & hypocampus and write, " Nope, didn't grow back!! Still needs help!" 😋

Somehow that direct approach may not be welcome.

The Wheels On The Bus started playing in my head as the most recent email was typed. A fitting theme song for special needs advocacy and all parents!