This summer I grew my first tomato...
I spent time with my Dad. And found a wonderful young woman to visit him when I can not. She sent me this photo.
I took a class with Jennifer Louden and Marianne Elliot and spent some time with this enormous Buddha, who taught me some important lessons about unconditional love.
I spent weeks diagramming the way that I see the energetic fields of the body and psyche - for my next book and my new classes! (I can't wait to share all of this!)
I almost didn't go to San Francisco. But my daughter Katie, who was studying there, said, "Come, the world is for running around in." My plane took off at dawn.
I loved meeting my Twitter (and heart) friends in real life. We met at a tea house and Katie, who snapped this picture, loved them, too! (Tara Sophia Mohr, Julie Daley and Me)
And I saw my sister, who lives there, and we laughed and hugged and laughed some more, which we both REALLY needed!
I loved these stairs which cut between the backyards of houses in Mill Valley. Katie and I walked down each morning...
and then, after breakfast, we walked back up.
Just spending time with my sister and my daughter would have been enough. - but there was that incredible city - and the FOOD! Why does everything taste SO much better there?
I returned to my beautiful garden...
I ordered a new swing cushion and spent several early mornings making sure it worked.
We lit a late summer fire (in the backyard).
What a beautiful world this is! Tell me: How did you spend your summer vacation?