About/Contact

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susan bailey photo in O-640Hi, my name is Susan Bailey.

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Email me at susanwbailey@gmail.com.
Mailing address: Susan Bailey, c/o Rutledge Properties, 572 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02482
Phone number: (206) 333-5341 (leave a message)

You can also contact me on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google+

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(includes hi and lo-res photos, long and short biography, book description and blurbs)

 

I am the author of River of Grace: Creative Passages Through Difficult Times, available this Fall through
Ave Maria Press.
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I am also a singer/songwriter, having appeared on CatholicTV and EWTN, and at World Youth Day.
I have been blogging since 2010 with Louisa May Alcott is My Passion; and since 2012 with Be as One.
I promoted other musicians through my e-magazine, GrapeVine, from 1998-2009.

short brown line from theme-72 Mainly however, I love connecting the dots!

People to people. People to ideas. And especially, God to our everyday lives.

I enjoy helping people discover their rich inner lives of faith and creativity by connecting elements of everyday life with spiritual truths. Once you begin to see that God is all around you as well as inside of you, life becomes a series of unexpected and glorious adventures led by a Guide who will never steer you wrong.

This is my life’s story, rediscovering a “joie de vivre” through my Creator after a season of losses. This can be everybody’s life story!

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I learned to connect my everyday life to the Divine:

be as one alone

 

The logo for Be as One illustrates something else that kayaking taught me. At some point, we have to step out of the boat. It’s not enough to dip my hands and feet in the water; when it gets hot enough, I feel compelled to dive into and under the water, to totally experience the cooling and satisfying refreshment.

It’s like that with our lives–when we dive underneath the surface of our lives we come to know our true selves and the Creator who so lovingly made us.

The logo, with its river-blue scripted “O,” demonstrates how the current can draw us deep into the center, into the soul where creature and Creator meet and come together.

The slogan of this website spells out the meaning: One with the Spirit. One with each other. One within ourselves. As we come to know ourselves and our Creator, we reach out in love and understanding to those around us.

That is the point of all the work I do, from writing my book, to singing my songs, creating videos and writing blog posts. I want to share the idea of inner harmony and unity and how it spills out to those around us.

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  • Sample the Blog Posts (which cover many interesting topics)
  • Try the Flow Lessons from my book (practical and prayerful exercises helping to connect the concrete to the spiritual)
  • Listen to Music and
  • Join our Community of seekers as we travel on the river of grace.

As my life has changed, you may find your life changing too!

short brown line from theme-72 Allow me to introduce you to my family …

I have been happily married for 37 years to Rich, a deacon in the Eastern Catholic Church (Melkite).
We are the proud parents of of two grown children, Stephen and Meredith.

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Here are my two cats, Jenny, a torti, and Rameses, a ginger).

Jenny and Rameses

short brown line from theme-72 Let’s talk!

Email me at susanwbailey@gmail.com.
Mailing address: Susan Bailey, c/o Rutledge Properties, 572 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02482
Phone number: (206) 333-5341 (leave a message)

You can also contact me on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google+

MEDIA KIT
(includes hi and lo-res photos, long and short biography, book description and blurbs)

Artwork credits for video (all from Flickr Creative Commons):

 

8 thoughts on “About/Contact

  1. Susan Coughlin

    Hi Susan –

    I have been following the 7 kitties since they were 10 days old, although I did not chat, I only lurked! I understand you have pictures? I would love it if you could email them to me. I am going to miss these precious babies SO much.

    Thank you.

    Susan

    • It’s been an amazing experience. Kudos to the Kramers!

  2. Bonnie (babysmama)

    I had rotator cuff surgery the very day these kittens were born. Their epic journey from possible homelessness and trajedy to this well adjusted, healthy and very happy family of kittens has fueled my recovery. And, the people I have chatted with (Kitty Club) over the many days of watching have made me smile and look forward to getting up and running to the computer each and every day. Thank you again to Jen Kramer and her family for this blessing.
    Bonnie (babysmama)

    • Happy to meet you formally, Bonnie. :-) Good luck with your healing from surgery. Are you following the Scientist Kitties too? What’s your handle on the chat (if you are)? They are one scrappy bunch, Marie has her hands full!

  3. Bonnie (babysmama)

    I am watching the Scientist Kittens – when I do post – it is with the same name (babysmama) :)

    • Cool, see you there. I finally know now what’s so special about “chickenfish” :-)

  4. Hi Susan, I nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award :) thanks for great reads:)

    • Thank you! I saw on your blog how it works and when things calm down a bit, I’ll go and follow what you did. Thanks again for thinking of me!

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