About Me  

I'm joining Service Space because ... I believe in the community and want to engage with people who believe in kindness, love and each other.

A good day to me is when ... I get to see someone realize one of their dreams.

My hero in life is ...are strangers who smile while walking on the street

My favorite book is ...From East Till Dawn the biography of Amelia Earhart

One thing I'm grateful for is ... nature metaphors

Thought Some Of You Would Like ...

Jun 15, 2018, 7 smiles Thought some of you would like to read about the women who has walked around the earth 1.5 times as a mendicant pilgrim for the past 12 years. I just compiled 9 of her narratives in one place on this unlisted site. Also, thank you to the Daily Good team for sneaking in one of Ann, Winter Pilgrims stories a few weeks back. What a delight to wake up to one of the more adventurous ones she shares in my own inbox!

Fear Not The Narcotraficantes: A Glimpse Of Pilgrim

Nov 21, 2017, 2 comments, 3 smiles Another sacred story from Ann Sieben, the Winter Pilgrim that I have been honored to capture and share here. She's currently walking, without any possession but her clothes in Bulgaria. This particular story is from her pilgrimage in 2010: *** Fear Not the Narcotraficantes A Glimpse From Pilgrimage #4 -Denver to Mexico City: Dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe -Start: Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Church, Denver, CO, USA, Sunday October 10th, 2010 -Finish: Basilica Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico City, Mexico, -Wednesday, January 21th, 2011 -Days: 95 -Distance: 3,321 kilometers/2,064 miles Some events in life define what you really think, even if you never consciously had the thought. Increasingly in my walk south through New Mexico, many people, particularly priests, cautioned, even scolded me about continuing my pilgrimage on foot through the Chihuahua Desert. Not because of the desert itself, with its own inherent dangers, but because of the narcotraficantes, the heavily armed, ruthless, lawless men who control ... Read Full Story

Glimpses Of Pilgrim Life

Oct 21, 2017, 1 comments, 5 smiles Few years back, Ann Sieben, commonly known as Winter Pilgrim was on an Awakin Call. Since that time, I've had the honor of being of service to her every time she slows her steps and regroups. Often, over hour long coffees, Ann will sneak in a story or two from past pilgrimages between the curation of walking routes and other tasks needed to prepare for long journeys on foot. These stories have profoundly shifted my life and how I am of service to others and we've talked numerous times about the best way to share them never really landing on a way until this past summer. After 10 years on foot with near 30,000 miles of steps taken she found herself with a few weeks open weeks and wrote out some of those stories while sequestered in an attic in a Quebec convent. She has no desire to publish them but ... Read Full Story