This month, September, I celebrate 22 years in private practice, full time, as a Holistic Nurse. It’s hard to believe so many years have passed. I love being of service and resource to clients and the community, where I can offer healing with a variety of Holistic Health therapies.
My office always has been, and continues to be, open to anyone of any age who needs help and is willing to make lifestyle changes to improve and maintain their health. For 22 years, a major joy in my life has been to be of service to clients who choose a healing path. Watching people heal and grow is greatly satisfying to me.
As I turn 65 in October, I have every intention to continue offering these services to my clients, and I am excited to assist more people in their healing process. Long ago I let go of the cultural stigma of retirement. I am healthy, and I have a passion for what I do. Why change what is already great?
I want to thank all of those who have benefited from my services in the office, on the phone, over email, and in classes. Each one of you has made it possible for me to follow my soul purpose and a journey like no other.
Thank you, thank you, and thank you! May each of your lives be blessed.
Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States that occurs on the final Monday of each May. It was originally known as Decoration Day, and it served to commemorate the fallen Union soldiers of the Civil War. By the early 20th century, Memorial Day was extended to honor all Americans who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Today, Memorial Day is an occasion to remember all of our deceased loved ones and the spaces they fill in our lives and hearts.
This is a day of remembrance of those who have gone before us – young, old, relatives and friends. This day I honor my children and their father. My children gracefully endured the passing of their father after a long illness. Every challenge along the road of his path my children took in stride and held steady. Blessings to all.
Today is the birthday of the United States of America.
There has been much evolution in the 235 years of our country.
Today is a day to celebrate our strengths and not complain about our weaknesses.
It is a day to reflect on how we are contributing to our communities and living sustainably for the future.
“Let’s Live For Today,” Grass Roots, 1967… and make each day count!
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My integrative medicine services bridge the gap between the holistic and medical models of health and healing. My clients include men, women, adults, children: anyone who is a believer in health.