Thursday, August 23, 2012

The Catalog is here for Beauty and Wisdom!

          Beauty and Wisdom       
     
       

                      Beauty and Wisdom                 

     
     
       
          By  Robbie Kaye                   
       
          26 pages, published 8/24/2012        
     
     
        Documents ageless beauty and wisdom.     
     
                  Find out more on MagCloud             

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Day 57 - Park Bench

What a beautiful way to start the day... Meditating on a park bench. Beautiful light and energy.

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Monday, August 6, 2012

Day 52 - Doc Martin

One of my guilty pleasures.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Day 51 - Getting my Head on

Yesterday I told a friend how early I wake up. She said she could never get up that early (6 AM) and I told her I had to get up that early to put my head on. Used to be getting up early to put my "make-up" on.

This is a pic from our tent room where we meditate daily... I am grateful beyond words for this sacred peaceful space where we hear birds, see trees and where hummingbirds and butterflies come to visit.

Friday, August 3, 2012

Day 50 - Beauty and Wisdom in NYC!

Tomorrow the women from my project, Beauty and Wisdom, will be presented in NYC at B(L)oomers Party - Boom Box Network



Pic for today... Our garden.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Day 49 - Me & Luna

Hanging out in the Hangar while Dave goes flying. Luna wants to play ball 24/7. She teaches me all about playing and unconditional love.

Day 48 - Modern Cowgirl

This is Holly. She lives in Santa Paula on a ranch. She's beautiful, smart and friendly... We stopped on the road to admire her beautiful oak tree and chairs and she drove her tractor over to say hello. In a very short time we got to know each other... We love meeting people on the road.

Day 47 - About Town

It's so easy to take the palm trees for granted. I remember as a kid... Living in New York, I was so infatuated with them.... Every now and then, I look up and think, "wow, I live in California."