My favorite thing to talk about is the theme for the Women’s Day Celebration at my church on Sunday, May 1. I am honored and excited to be the guest speaker and the featured poetess of the day. As destiny would have it, this theme about healing was selected by the women of St. George’s from my self-published poetry book, Just Paula: A Few Words- Inside the Mind of Panic, Pain and HEALING. This all feels like showers of blessings “falling fresh on me”, especially poignant during Resurrection Season. Easter is a time of transformation. Timing is EVERYTHING!
Happy Summertime! I thought it would be a fun change of pace to blog with my poetess voice. Sometimes poetry says it best . . . whatever it is I am trying to convey. As the title suggests, this is a blog about HEAT. I just happen to have very recently written a poem that was commissioned by my uncle, Dr. Thomas P. Logan, entitled, What is HEAT? So I am inspired to share it during this July heatwave.
The international music industry festival known as MIDEM, acronym for Marché International du Disque et de l’Edition Musicale, is a ranking example of clarity of Intention that gets results. I am honored to take this initial moment of reflection while “unlagging” my daily rhythms just one week after the final curtain on June 8th.
Every Easter Sunday, I await with baited breath the dawn of Easter Monday when I will, at last, know my resurrection story for the season. Did I arise from the Lenten ashes in splendor? Or am I still waiting for IT to happen? Do I feel alive with the resurrected Christ? Or am I just fatigued from the decisions, disciplines and determination of constant self-review?