We look at abuse and neglect in a very narrow black and white way, there’s good touch and then there’s bad touch. We want to believe that where’s there’s love there can’t be harm. And where there’s harm, love isn’t possible. But Greenwood’s novel depicts the opposite for us, showing us where love cuts through the cracks of very dark and damaged places.
Today’s Tarot Study pull was 6 of Cups, who almost always brings along her sister card, 5 of cups. Together they are tender and welcome blooming of the heart after a harsh drought.
My criteria for the perfect keiki beach: mellow water for the baby, lots of sand, entertaining enough for the big brother, not too far of a walk to… Read more “KiniMama’s Favorite Maui Keiki Spots”
On vacation and my brain can’t blogger right now. But I’m having an amazing time with my family and thats more important than anything in the world,… Read more “Bring on the Joy”
“Happy girls are the prettiest.” -Audrey Hepburn Through this amazing little thing called social media, I came across a stunning local beauty; a fellow kini-rocking-mama who also… Read more “A Honey Named Safirah”