A celebration of my graduation from The Center for Biography & Social Art happened a few weeks ago. Only now, after leaving my community of friends and colleagues is some of the rich experience beginning to take more form. It has been a time of allowing a digestion in small ways of the gifts that I received from both the experience and my meaningful connection to my fellow travelers. For now, I will let this settle. Spring is on its way and so the earth is opening up with a bounty of new green shoots and buds. That fresh spring green that makes me in a hurry to slow things down as they arrive. This time is so fleeting, and filled with activity...reminding me to take the time to notice what is coming toward me. My final project in my training was on Dwelling in the Sacred. As another spring rounds the corner here in this dwelling place that I have lived, for 31 years now, I feel the rhythm of it all in my bones. Yet, it is new again...and familiar all at once.