On October 24, 2009 our baby girl Moira Jacqueline was born at home with the help of a couple of awesome midwives, my amazing husband, my soulmate of a mother, and my phenomenal best friend.
I had stopped crying out my epiphanies when I found out I was pregnant. The focus turned inward as I dedicated myself to the private journey toward motherhood.
But now, I am rededicating myself to this blog and to my public voice. I am writing now to describe this new journey as an Epiphany Girl’s Mama and how it is bound to enhance and challenge all that I think I know about spirituality, healing, and preserving the environment.
Plus, I must admit I have an ulterior motive as I work on crafting my words and articulating my ideas. I am trying every angle I can and talking to every angel I encounter in hopes that the Universe can conspire with me to make my most fervent wish a reality: to be able to stay home to raise my daughter and find a way to help support the family through my healing work, my writing, and my editing and graphic design skills.
So, thanks for stopping by. May the epiphanies abound!