Join me in the middle place

"You may ask yourself, well, how did I get here?"

"You may ask yourself, how do I work this?"

"You may ask yourself, am I right, am I wrong?"

"You may ask yourself, my God, what have I done?

Questions posed in David Byrne's song, Once in a Lifetime.

I am potentially halfway between birth and death. I'm somewhat startled and completely humbled by this fact.  At forty-four years of age, I have arrived in this middle place of my life and I'm just now beginning to understand what living from my center truly means. Here, in this middle place, a loud unraveling of who I've been occurs simultaneously with a quiet revealing of who I'm becoming. As I ponder my own existence, my being in the world, and begin to give voice to what stirs me awake and shakes me to my core, I want to engage with others who are on a similar path. Mid-life contemplation and exploration can feel very disconcerting at times as we ask deeper questions of ourselves and consider how we want to live the next half of our lives. I believe sharing our experiences help us journey through the mystery and certainty of life together.    


The world needs more intimate story-telling that connects us to our center and reminds us we're not alone.


This is it.

I will share the stories of my life that matter most.

I will savor every sweet moment of what is instead of constantly craving what's next.

I will live life from the middle place, the center of my being. 

I will unravel and reveal myself.

Join me.