Our diamond of a city just became even more bright and shiny with our new Central Library. Austin’s new six-story library is filled with natural light that pours through gigantic windows and well-placed clerestories, beaming sunshine into every floor. This makes it a joyous adventure to climb upward, experiencing every level of our library, from the ground floor amphitheater to the rooftop garden. Read More
It feels like our Fall season has brought some fragility to my extended family, just like the falling leaves. Still, there is so much to celebrate, including the life of my dear Auntie Stephanie. We brought the kids to her ranch house on Halloween night, for festivities complete with lions, and honeybees, and bears–oh my!
“Where your heart is, there your treasure is.”
Good news for young rockers! Mr. Louis Ontko, is offering a rock band camp throughout the summer months, for Austin kids, age 7-12. The name of this program is “Tribe Of Rocks,” starting the first Week of June.
Here’s a FREE recording of one of Mr. Louis’ music lessons, with some top secret tips for singers. 🙂
Asking for help is a humbling, beautiful thing. We asked for help through a housing transition this month, because we felt stuck. Stuck in a pattern of feeling loss and feeling lack. Stuck in a trap of worrying about work, and doubting ourselves, and fearing change. Read More
This month, we received the sad news that we have to move again–for the sixth time in six years as a family. Daniel offered some valuable words of condolence to his mom, who was crying when she first read the email informing us of our 30-day notice. “We’ll be OK as long as we’re together.” Read More