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Mid-Life Poetry

An invitation to climb the trails at life's halfway point
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Self-care is not a selfish action
It is like being a mother to your inner child,
from whom your adult being can
take and give to others
Self-care is a must-do action
My Story

Welcome, dear fellow season traveler!

It matters not what kind of season you find yourself in, one thing is for certain:

Going through the season is easier when you're not walking it alone.

Welcome to Mid-Life Poetry, where you can sit back, drop those shoulders and just... breathe. There is no judgement here. All are welcome, no matter your age or what season you may find yourself in.

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, nor a counselor. I am a woman who has been facing multiple seasons at one time... most likely like some of you are right now, and want to encourage you to stay the course. On these pages you will find me rooting you on, sharing some of my thoughts and the odd idea here and there of what I'm doing in these strange seasons. I am not endeavoring to "fix" anyone but myself; however consider myself to be your personal cheerleader! 


"You are never alone", and you will find me sitting with you as you go through my book, page by page, poem by poem.


This book is the first in a Trilogy: It is the messiness we encounter when a season begins. It reminds me of a house filled with clutter... the whole "Gosh, what does one do with this now???" - thoughts, when our minds are all over the place and it is hard to focus.

Have courage! As all the other seasons before, you will get through this one too, even if you can't quite see it yet.

After the beginning, you will figure out what needs doing, you will be able to focus and find your way, your road (hint, hint... Book# 2), just to finally enjoy the gifts and blessings at the end of your season (yet another hint... Book#3).

So, pull up a chair, get comfy and let's "chat" for a while!

You've got this!


                                                                              All my best,




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