Woman, Remember to Live in Your Own Skin

On March 8, 2014, in Katheryn's Blog, by katheryn

Life is a messy business full of forgetting and “failures” of a thousand kinds. And yet…there is a sovereignty that is often forgotten that I want to remind you of. There is a wildness, that has been anaesthetised and reviled that I want to hold sacred as it is. There is often contraction and fear […]

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Hidden Treasures

On October 31, 2013, in Beauty, death, Gratitude, Katheryn's Blog, presence, by katheryn

  The season has officially changed. The air feels different. And over the last few mornings, the hedge along the left side of my back garden is covered in hundreds of beautiful spider webs revealed by the morning mists. These intricate webs are like hidden treasures.  They were there before, but only in these misty […]

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How We Spend our Days

On September 26, 2013, in death, Katheryn's Blog, presence, by katheryn

  I was listening to what was for a time a wonderful and informative talk on retirement the other day on NPR. I was interested in most bows and hours visiting of what the speaker had to say. And then she made a statement that went something like this: “We need time in retirement to […]


They Said it Couldn’t be Done

On August 1, 2013, in Katheryn's Blog, by katheryn

  Traveling has always been an amazing combination of feelings and experiences for me. But for the most part, I find traveling outside of my day to day situation incredibly re-vivifying. There’s something about the unfamiliar setting and people that wakes me up and brings me a more refined sense of presence usually. New York […]


Creating a More Beautiful World Stateside

On July 23, 2013, in Katheryn's Blog, by katheryn

We have just arrived in the USA for nearly 6 weeks ( NY 1 week, MI 10 days, WA 1 week, CA 2 weeks) for a delicious trip to see family and friends and to grow and share my beloved IN Your Own Skin social art documentary Project to contribute toward creating a More Beautiful […]


Living the Risk

On July 22, 2013, in Katheryn's Blog, by katheryn

You know those things that niggle at you that you say you want to do?:  One day.  Next year. Before I die. I have this idea that as we are ALL dying and we really do not know when…its best to be getting on with the ol’ bucket list.  And so, to that end, I […]


She Carries Her Moon Always

On July 7, 2013, in Katheryn's Blog, by katheryn

She Carries Her Moon Always by Katheryn M Trenshaw (2 color original Lithograph) www.katheryntrenshaw.com Ah! beginning again and again each day. Forgetting more often than I would like to admit… even to myself. Breathing. And starting with the next moment. What a funny creature I can be sometimes… but always heartened by how I experience […]


To love and real FREEDOM

On July 4, 2013, in Katheryn's Blog, by katheryn

To love. To be loved. To never forget your own insignificance I am feeling humbled and moved this fine day… by the fragility of my life and my body sometimes and by the love of friends. In my recovering from whatever it was that took over my body the last few days in the form […]


The Doorway to Simplicity

On June 20, 2013, in Katheryn's Blog, by katheryn

“The doorway to a radical, numinous, simplicity, seems to be reached by the long and difficult path of generosity. “-David Whyte Got to cycle around loads to meetings this week in actual sunshine…My body loves this! Simple. Wonderful! Loving the simple gratitudes that come from conversations and inquiries with many gorgeous beings . God I love […]


Lose Sight of the Shore

On June 17, 2013, in Katheryn's Blog, by katheryn

Living this wild and precious life is a commitment.  I am more and more aware that we HAVE to be courageous on a daily basis in a hundred small ways… starting with forgiving ourselves and being brave enough to live from our hearts. Simpler. More true. More authentic.  More relaxed. And even writing this, I […]