I thought today about the incredible ease that comes to life when you do — or have something done — in the right way. Cutting corners and jerry-rigging are never worth it. Today was a case in point. Bobby, our cat (this isn’t his picture, but it looks just like him), needed his claws trimmed. The vet was full and recommended a grooming place about a half-hour’s walk away (well, 40 minutes with a cat-stroller).
Note from Victoria: I’ll be in northern CA this weekend. If you’re out there, check out the fabulous Vibrant Living Expo in Fort Bragg. I’m speaking on Friday and Saturday, as are nearly 100 other amazing teachers and speakers who experts on health, raw food, enlivened cuisine, and well, vibrant living. If you can’t make it in person, you can take part online! You can see and hear the wonderful presentations, the food prep demos, and all the rest. Find out more at:
And SAN FRANCISCO folk: this Sunday, August 23, I’m doing the 9:30 and 11 a.m. services at Unity Christ Church, 2690 Ocean Avenue; my topic will be “Victoria’s Victorious Bailout Plan.” That afternoon from 1:30 to 4, I’m doing a workshop there called “The 10 Strategies for Making YOU a Spiritual Superhero!” You can register by phone at 415-566-4122 (you won’t get a call back; the church is closed on Friday and Saturday), or you can just show up. The suggested love offering is $25, but that really is suggested: having you there is what’s important.