As many of you have heard, but some may not know, on the first Tuesday of every month I stand in the meeting room in front of a table full of wine, appetizers and Diet Coke, a table full of family pictures, descriptions of the journeys they are on and the meals, financial support, and […]
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud heartworks contributed a whooping 47 entries.
Entries by heartworks
As the opening to our January meeting, I read this awesome poem and would like to share with everyone. Our meetings are the first Tuesday of the month. Next one is February 3 at 7 p.m. All women welcome! Imagine a Woman Imagine a woman who believes it is right and good she is a […]
This year I am acutely aware of the freedom and expansion that Heartworks brings to my everyday life. The opportunity I am offered every day to be with women who desire a deeper life experience, the opportunity to give to people who are struggling in memory of my own struggles, and in honor of those […]
So it’s December 1st…My seven-year-old handed me a list of 54 things she is asking Santa for and I haven’t looked at my other two daughters’ lists yet. My house is half decorated, which is my weekend-after-Thanksgiving tradition, but now I don’t feel like lugging the empty storage bins back up to the attic and […]
Ten years ago this month I was home with two little girls back in my hometown trying to figure out how I was going to move forward in life after witnessing what our community and people from around the world had done for my sister in the weeks and months following the death of her […]
October 28, 2013 Heartworks was featured on the Today Show for a segment about the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. They visited the Montalto sisters of Staten Island who lost their father in the storm. Heartworks sent kindness that holiday season and one year later so they would know they were not forgotten.
It has been awhile since I have written. Although thousands of thoughts run through my head in any given day, I do not always make the time or muster the courage to publicly share them. Sometimes writing helps me to feel connected, but sometimes the vulnerability involved simply feels like too much. My work with […]