Author Archives: Heidi Fettig Parton
Do you have a place to go when you need to reconnect with yourself or your past self? Do you have a place to go when you need emotional grounding or your soul needs tethering? Do you have a place … Continue reading
Just over 15 years ago, I got divorced. At the time, I was a perfectionist (and still in recovery today). Divorce didn’t fit into my story about perfection. To complicate matters, in high school, I’d been voted “Most Likely to … Continue reading
In recent years, I’ve learned there is nothing more sweetly satisfying for a mom of adult children than to have all of your kids sleeping under one roof. While my young one, my seven-year old little man, will occupy my … Continue reading
Agate just published this poem I wrote about the loss of a treasured tree and the new life that enters through the void of loss. Please take the extra step to hop on out to Agate to read this piece. … Continue reading
Kind of a thrill to be a part of a graduation processional again at age 46. Carpe Diem!
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