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How Bono Saved Me From My 17-Year-Old Self

This week, I went to see U2 at Met Life Stadium. While everyone else was screaming and singing along with Pride (In the Name of Love), I sank down into my seat and thanked Bono for saving me 30 years and 45 days ago. I thanked God for offering me another view of myself that […]

Get Off the Bus this Memorial Day

I was rushing around town yesterday morning, a few days before Memorial Day. And when I say rushing, I mean really rushing, caught up in the unconscious busy-ness of life in a small East Coast town. Darting through the parking lot I saw a United States veteran handing out poppies outside of Starbucks. I said […]

Manchester, England and our Veterans

Hello Everyone, If you are struggling to honor the victims of last night’s Terror Attack in England, please join us at the Veteran’s ceremony today at 4:00 p.m. at the Bernardsville Post Office 7 Quimby Lane. It will help us all to slow down and stand together in peace and reverence. The ceremony is 6 […]

Release and Let Go This Month with Heartworks

During the month of April Heartworks will be focusing on releasing and letting go. The inspiration for this theme is our annual yard sale in April. Every year I bring up the topic of letting go of what no longer serves us. It’s a time for all of us to go through our homes, our […]

Heartworks Snow Day Prayer

Heartworks would love to have you join us at 3:00 today to pray for anyone you know who is stressed or fearful of this snowstorm due to their life circumstances . Lots of different prayers can be said. Here is a start to a list of people that come to Megan’s heart. Please expand this […]

To Live the Fullness of Life

On December 6, 2016 one of the people I have loved most in my life returned home to God at the age of 54 after a fourteen year journey with Stage 4 Breast Cancer. I was privileged to spend her final days by her bedside with her family. Mary and I had a glass of […]

Megan’s Thoughts this Thanksgiving

Every single year at this time, I think about Thanksgiving week, 2001- how it had been 10 weeks after the September 11th terrorist attacks. It had been 72 days since we had seen my brother-in-law John, heard his voice, or sat at a table with him. The days leading up to that Thanksgiving Day seemed […]

Connection Day 2016

The air is feeling thick with fear and anxiety as this Election Day approaches. People seem to be bracing themselves for whatever is to come. It’s causing a pit in my stomach. I have been being asked what we can do on Tuesday to stay out of the chaos that may very well take over […]

Thoughts on Our October Meeting

Tuesday Night’s Meeting I sat alone at the Heartworks House long after I said goodbye to the last Heartworker on Tuesday night. The energy in the house was solid, connected and blessed and I wasn’t ready to leave just yet. To be honest, the hours leading up to the meeting made for a very long […]