Picture: a drying sunflower sits on a desk near a small ceramic sunflower plate; two copies of "the sunflower cycle" zine by summer are near the flower, one zine is slightly opened up.

Welcome to my website and blog, thank you for being here! I am looking forward to writing, and to sharing my care work with you. If you'd like, invite in a moment of rest and prepare a warm drink for yourself. Nearby is a cup of chamomile tea for me.

 

I would like to extend a personal welcome to my chosen and kindred family, elders, and community members who may be visiting this website. Thank you for being here. You are the foundation in which I have been challenged, felt care, grown interrelated friendships, and ecosystems of support and love. Thank you.

 

"When we deepen our transitions (our small moments, our big moments, sometimes-easily-brushed-away moments) we make a choice to invest strategically into them. By doing this over time we can build authentic faith and joy."

- from my journal, lost in time somewhere.

WOULD YOU LIKE A CUP OF TEA?

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Picture: Summer lounges on a couch wearing black and white patterned pants, a black Resting Waters t-shirt, and round glasses. Summer's head is shaved and they are surrounded by house plants.

OFFERINGS

Care planning, doula services, celebrations, and ceremonies to cultivate a space where each person is empowered in their options, in touch with their bodies, and intuitive about the choices they make. 
 
This page is updated with information about doula services and current covid-19 guidelines. Thank you for understanding that all in-person care is limited and may shift as we negotiate together the changing factors related to this ongoing pandemic.

STUDY GUIDES

Here you will find a  snapshot of things I have learned in community,  school, from my ancestors, spiritual life, and work / wage labor.
 
This blog is created to hold the information and emphasize what speaks to my heart about consent, transitions, doula care, and more.
I hope to share back to my community about the opportunities  I have had (so far) to reflect, imagine, dream, learn, and grow.