insidewink’s editors monthly letter
When was the last time you played?
Well, we’d like to play with you.
Do you remember “Mad Libs” from when you were younger?
We created one that might be fun! Let’s do it!
Hello (plural nouns),
Being carefree is one of the (adjective) parts of (noun). Play is an important as (noun).
The (season) connates images of freedom, (verb-ing) on the beach, (adjective) dinners, moonlight (verbs), catching (nouns), lazy, hazy (time of day) by a fire-pit… all moments of (noun).
The (adjective) of play is that (time) of inspiration and (noun) when you ignite with (noun) and just let go.
It reminds us of being (nouns) – off from school – our (nouns) at rest – running around till (meal).
We (verb) from playing. We remember not to take (nouns) so seriously… to get swept up in our imagination and (verb) into the enjoyment of “(time of day)”.
What we actually said: (how close were you to our thoughts?)
Being carefree is one of the essential parts of living. Play is an important as work.
The summertime connates images of freedom, running on the beach, alfresco dinners, moonlight walks, catching fireflies, lazy, hazy evenings by a fire-pit… all moments of enjoyment.
The beauty of play is that instant of inspiration and spontaneity when you ignite with fun and just let go.
It reminds us of being children – off from school – our brains at rest – running around till dinner.
We learn from playing. We remember not to take things so seriously… to get swept up in our imagination and relax into the enjoyment of “now”.
Here’s what’s happening on insidewink…
Kathlene McGovern wraps up her two part series on Traveling with Your Pets
As summer approaches, it is useful to have a handful of go-to salads on file. With the ease of using a poached chicken breast, a quick dressing, and some staples in the pantry, this salad is one of my all-time favorites Curry Chicken Salad with Turkish Apricots and Pistachios
In Lasagna Love: A Second Serving, we take a second look at what is happening at Lasagna Love, the grassroots organization that serves up tasty food, support and community.
Jean & Alison
The wonderful Sarah Dubbledam speaks with Jean & Alison about her inspired and totally woman-centric online magazine – Darling. Watch the interview HERE
Knowing what nourishes you is important and Dove Rose’s article shares a few simple questions that gets to the heart of what feels right! What Nourishes You
In her poignant article, Cheryl Farrell writes about the power of sharing our stories to make human connections – something that is so deeply important, especially right now. Storytelling Nourishes Relationships
Jean shares her favorite Banana Bread Recipe. Super moist and easy to make… could it be your new favorite, too? Reliable Recipe for Banana Bread
By JEAN TREBEK
Jean is a Professional Religious Science Practitioner, Reiki Master and Sound Healer. She grew up on Long Island, NY, and now lives in Los Angeles. She has two wonderful adult children, Matthew and Emily, with her beloved late husband, Alex. Jean enjoys taking long walks, watching movies, and traveling. She is very grateful for her family, friends, Luna (the dog) and good coffee.
By ALISON MARTIN
Alison Martin -- wife, mom, Emmy-award winning actress, writer, chocoholic. Bronx Italian, daughter of Pultizer Prize winning reporters, who also identifies as L.A. Irish. Shout outs: Dan, Em, Brady, pooches - LuLu & Ted, friends, Mother Earth, serendipity, peace, VIPHS, living life like your socks feel real good.
Connect With Us on Social Media!
Part 1 of Kathlene McGovern’s 2 part series on the best and safest ways to travel with your furry friends!
Dove Rose give us ideas on how to stay curious! Keep it Fresh in the Kitchen, on the Drive and in your Life. New ideas to keep our mind alive!
Ken Craft of Hope of the Valley lives unhoused on the streets of the San Fernando Valley for 100 hours and shares the challenges, insights and struggles he faced on this journey.