Burning Things

I’m watching the leaves fall today. Is it the act of letting go or being released? Each burst of wind brings an ephemeral dance, with the leaves, trees, air and other unseen elements at play.

I’ve been cleaning out lately. Deciding what is essential. Understanding why I hold onto things. Objects tied to happy memories, significant […]

By |November 17th, 2015|Artists, Awakening, Ego vs. Heart, Family, Gratefulness, Musings, My Family, Personal|Comments Off on Burning Things

Wonder, Wildness and the Pursuit of Making Things Happen

I have much to be grateful for this New Year. More than most people realize. More than I can even fully comprehend. I have a chance to start over. To gather up all of the dark corners, the rivers of panic and disbelief that once looked like fear and despair but are now courage and […]

By |January 5th, 2015|Awakening, Ego vs. Heart, Family, Kristen's Process, Miscellaneous, New Year, Parenting, Personal|Comments Off on Wonder, Wildness and the Pursuit of Making Things Happen

Back To School

The beginning of this new school year is having to pry each of my fingers off of my firm and phantasmal grip on summer. My baby goes back to school this week. Ok, he’s not a baby. He is starting 4th grade, but when I look into those eyes I still see that beautiful baby […]

By |August 8th, 2014|Children, Family, Miscellaneous, Musings, My Family, Parenting, Personal|Comments Off on Back To School

Ahimsa Designs at the Atlanta Walk for Farm Animals

Ahimsa Designs at the Atlanta Walk for Farm Animals
Join us tomorrow for a day of delicious vegan food from local restaurants, fun activities, live music, raffles, giveaways and promoting compassion for farm animals at Farm Sanctuary’s Atlanta Walk for Farm Animals!

We are so proud to be a sponsor of Farm Sanctuary’s 2013 Atlanta Walk for […]

By |October 18th, 2013|Animal Rights, Awakening, Community, Family, Giving Back, Miscellaneous, My Family, New Designs, New Work, Personal, Promotions|Comments Off on Ahimsa Designs at the Atlanta Walk for Farm Animals

What I Learned From The Flu

What I Learned From The Flu

This has been a strange week, lived in a haze, yet lived in unusual clarity. Every member of our household has had the flu. It knocked everyone of us out for a full week. Many days at least one of us was unable to get out of bed. Our youngest […]

By |October 5th, 2013|Awakening, Design Challenge, Family, Kristen's Process, Musings, My Family, Parenting, Personal, Sacred Other|Comments Off on What I Learned From The Flu

17 Day Design Challenge: Day 4

DAY 4: I am a child again, sitting in the audience as the lights go down and the stage lights up. Rows of music stands form wide U-shapes as the orchestra’s tuning quiets down and then dissolves. Tense seconds, waiting for him to appear. Then, to the left of the stage, he enters…tall, confident, commanding. […]

By |September 22nd, 2013|17 Days 17 Designs, Design Challenge, Eco Consciousness, Family, Hot Off The Bench, My Family, New Designs, New Work, Personal, Promotions|Comments Off on 17 Day Design Challenge: Day 4

When Hibernating Becomes Dangerous: A Year Of Awakening

“You live like this, sheltered, in a delicate world, and you believe you are living. Then you read a book… or you take a trip… and you discover that you are not living, that you are hibernating. The symptoms of hibernating are easily detectable: first, restlessness. The second symptom (when hibernating becomes dangerous and might […]

By |July 2nd, 2013|Awakening, Children, Community, Family, Miscellaneous, Musings, My Family, Parenting, Personal, Sacred Other|Comments Off on When Hibernating Becomes Dangerous: A Year Of Awakening
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