Stories for Melodia by Deborah Medley My brother-in-law Jaime walked into the cottage one sunny, warm afternoon carrying a large bowlful of honeycomb freshly excavated from our beehives at the back of the property. Bees were a new venture for Jaime, and none of us, not Raul, not I, and not even Jaime had any […]
I was married to a mischievous man, and I am naive by nature. It was in the early days of our marriage when we were living in Vilcabamba, Ecuador, that I found myself unwittingly caught up in one of my husband Raulʼs ploys. His plan was to convince me to venture out into my new […]
THE HOUSE OF MY FATHER As the world collectively closes it’s year and welcomes in the new, I can get a bit sentimental. To add to this feeling, just a couple days ago I too completed my personal solar return. It seems that transitions are ripe in this moment. With this comes a mixed bag of letting go and making way for new adventures. I would like to share with you an experience which truly exemplifies this idea.