Taking Time Out to Smell The Roses

This trip has been in the making for months, if not years.  It was only possible through the love and support of my family, Martin and Dorise Wurst, my beloved, Richard Scott and by taking a break from technology and knowing that my home and Reiki practice were well watched over.

My pet sitter and administrative assistant, Michelle Kim,  mishiskim@gmail.com, did an outstanding job of caring for my kitties and handling all the incoming inquiries and mail that happen day-to-day at the Reiki training program.

My friend and colleague Tom Brophy also checked in from time to time and handled any extraneous details.

Once we arrived in Paris, our final European stop, we had decided to go completely without any means of contact.

Paris opened up to us like the jewel it is.  We stayed in the Montmartre neighborhood near the Sacre Coeur and toured all around the city seeing it’s famous landmarks.

My most fond memory is renting bicycles and touring all around the amazing gardens of Versailles on the most exquisite and clear blue sky day.

I’ve returned refreshed, reinvigorated, a foodie, more aware of the moment, less concerned about the little things and look forward to the next journey, most likely a cruise through Scandinavia next year.

Returning to life in Seattle is beautiful as our summer gets underway, our Duwamish blessings begin to blossom and Reiki once again spreads it’s gentle hands out across the Northwest.

Thank you all for making this dream come true.

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