Dave Creek’s Traveling Treehouse

Dave Creek’s Traveling Treehouse:

Dave Creek’s Traveling Treehouses is a non-profit organization established in the memory of artist and innovator Dave Creek, with the goal of bringing his sculptural bonsai treehouse creations to children’s hospitals, promoting art, imagination, and expression through on-site exhibits and interactive collaboration.


14 Peaks – An Amazing Documentary

Simply an amazing documentary of strength, courage, and the bonds of friendship. A must watch!



Always with Light & Love Angels!

The Alpinist

What a documentary and a must watch. What an amazing soul, Marc Andre LeClerc.




You can watch this on Netflix, Apple TV, Amazon Prime or at a theatre.

Always with Light & Love Angels!

On This Day In History…

Check Up Time

I am at the doctors office today for my Cancer checkup and saw this…

I just loved it and wanted to share.

Always with Light & Love Angels!

Life Is Short

Let’s Walk

Emily Dickinson – XIV

I Went to Heaven

Emily Dickinson was so far before her time… what an amazing poet and woman!

Always with Light & Love!


Happy Nee Year Angels!!

Let’s make this an amazing 2021.

I Love You All and pray we can all have a year full of adventures, smiles, and lots of love.

Always with Light & Love.

Cheers Angels.

Angelic Waterfalls

These are crazy times we’re in Angels and in order to be at peace we have to get out of the house if only for a run, a walk, or see some beauty …

My apologies that it’s been a while since I’ve posted.

Always with Light and Love… always. You never know where you’ll see an Angel… xox

PROTECT OUR WINTERS ~ $1 for $1 Match When You Donate To Protect Our Winters

via $1 for $1 Match When You Donate To Protect Our Winters

Protect Our Winters (POW) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Founded by professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones in 2007, POW turns passionate outdoor people into effective climate advocates. POW leads a community of athletes, thought pioneers and forward-thinking business leaders to affect systemic political solutions to climate change.

The past decade has been the warmest on record. 2016 was the  hottest year ever recorded and 2017 is already on track top it. Meanwhile, the northern hemisphere has already lost a million square miles of spring snowpack since 1970—an area three times the size of Texas.  Snow levels are rising in elevation and winters are shorter. Climate change is already  affecting winter.

By 2007, pro snowboarder Jeremy Jones found that more and more resorts he’d always counted on for good riding were closed due to lack of snow. Something was clearly going on, and he felt the need to act. But he couldn’t find any organizations focused on mobilizing the snowsports community on climate—there was a gap between the impacts that climate change was already having on our mountains, and any organized action being taken to address it. And so Jeremy founded Protect Our Winters.

Soon afterwards, we brought on other concerned pro athletes, individuals, resorts and winter sports companies. Since then, Protect Our Winters has grown from a kernel of an idea into a worldwide network of over 130,000 supporters – a social movement on climate, designed to activate a passionate community and create the political will for meaningful action by state and federal policymakers.

And, while POW’s earliest supporters were renowned athletes and respected corporations, the movement quickly grew to include the wider outdoor sports community  as their playgrounds and livelihoods also depend on healthy winters.

This was the perfect group to give a national voice to outdoor sports, an industry that supports 7.6 million+ jobs and creates $887 billion in economic revenue. While the fossil fuel lobby may outspend environmentalists 20-1 in Washington, we share a passion that crosses party lines, a unique perspective that de-politicizes any climate discussion, and an industry with an economic impact that can’t be ignored.

Our key formula for engaging 60 million+ outdoor sports enthusiasts globally: relevance and authenticity. Though we can dress up for meetings, in the end we are pro athletes, dirtbags and diehards; for us, winter is not just a passion, but a way of life.

Right now, we have the luxury of worrying about how climate change might impact the outdoor industry. Right now, we get to help dictate the outcome rather than react to a foregone conclusion. If we sit on our hands for the next two decades, we won’t be worried about powder days, tourism or having fun. We’ll be worried about the stability of our environment, our jobs and our economy.

We All Need Winter.



Let’s help save the Bumble Bees!!

Happy long weekend my Angels!!

The Richest Treasures of All Lie Buried Within You – Unknown (REBLOG)

The Richest Treasures of All Lie Buried Within You – Unknown  (REBLOG)

There lies within you a buried fortune; a treasure trove of talents, skills, and abilities just waiting to be unearthed. There are millions of people walking around with talents hidden away from the world.  A buried wealth of possibility concealed by fear, worry, and doubt.  Individuals shying away from their own greatness.  Content in holding themselves back rather than face the possibility of criticism or rejection.  Allowing the fear of failure or even success to paralyze them from taking action.

For far too many of us, this is our reality.  What talent and ability within you have you kept buried?  Why have you kept it hidden?  Fear of failure?  Fear of success? Anxiety? Shyness? Lack of confidence?

Let us do an honest self-analysis and then commit ourselves to the pursuit of unlocking our hidden wealth!  Let us set goals that will force us out of our comfort zones.  We don’t have to take giant leaps, but small steps out of our comfort zone is not only needed to help us grow, but that is what will give us the ability to bring our hidden talents and skills back to the surface.  By stretching yourself just a little bit, you will learn not only about the skills you must cultivate, but you will probably discover that you already possess a lot of the tools needed for success.  You will most likely find that you have either underestimated your current talent level or that you have overblown the difficulty and fear associated with a certain task.

Remember, action prompts opportunity.  By taking action, you will not only expose yourself to greater opportunities for growth, but you could ignite a series of events that could one day bring you to a place you had no idea was even possible for you.

So let us take time to look within.  What talents and skills have you overlooked?  What treasures have you kept hidden from the world?  Work to dig it up and bring it out, so we may all benefit from its discovery.

What a great article and so inspirational.  Always with LIFE, LIGHT, POSITIVITY, STRENGTH, BEING THE WARRIOR WITHIN, GUIDANCE, and LOVE!



My Angels out there both near and far, have you enjoyed your weekend?  I wanted to share this amazing video (I hope it plays – LOL) by One Republic entitled, I Lived!  Listen to the words and let me know if you can say – – I Lived…  I know life and its many circumstances can get in the way, but we must make time – make the time to LIVE!

Life is a gift and worth exploring my Angels, worth celebrating, worth loving and worth cherishing. So, no matter where you are, what you want to do or where you want to go in life, get outdoors and enjoying everything this life has to offer, have no regrets, and by all means – – “dance as though no one is watching, love as though you have never loved before,  sing as though no one can hear you, and live as though heaven is on earth.”  Me, I LOVE to dance like no one is watching! 😉




Have you ever wondered why it seems as though you keep either reliving an event or an episode through others or in your mind?  Well, my dear Angels, as we all know, we are all on this earth and in this life to learn and/or relearn things until we get them right.  I think you know what I mean.  Eventually, as with anything, if you do something more than once, you finally have that “ah ha” moment wherein you say to yourself, now I know why I should not have done that in the first place or I should have done it this way to begin with.  Life is a learning ground, so go out and live it, enjoy it, and by all means, soak up all the knowledge that you can and ask many questions because how else are we to learn and appreciate all the things this life has to offer.