The Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque, New Mexico is a sacred site to the surrounding pueblos. They have sent their prayers there for hundreds of years.
About this place Debra wrote, “I believe we leave some of who we are, some essence of our humanity. I believe when someone else taps into that, that part of us, whether we are dead or living, we know it. We know it as affirmation, grace and peace.”
Church of My Heart, a collection of Debra’s thoughts and meditations, draws the reader into this sacred site. Hopefully, the legacy of her writings will inspire others to protect the Monument.
“I don’t know why this landscape has gotten a hold on me, what it has given life to inside me. I just know I am at peace anywhere around the escarpment and the volcanoes.”
My Most Recent Publications:
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SHATTER MY HEART
Shatter My Heart the reader is immediately immerse in the challenges encountered by Ian, Lauren, Nikki and Paul as their hearts and lives are shattered by illness, loss… Read More
In Weather’s Store: Encounters with the Sacred, Jessie Eaton leaves her home and sets out on a drive with no destination in mind. Seeing a wrought-iron sign, Weather’s Store, she is… Read More
WEAVING THE WIND
You cannot divert the winds of change, But with your own invincible will, You can reach out to those shifting currents, And holding them lightly in your hands, Begin to weave a pattern… Read More
Winter’s Invitation is an opportunity to pause just as the holiday season draws us into its demands and incessant activity. These poems provide a sanctuary for quiet reflection and… Read More