Constance Stewart Meloche

Author's details

Name: Constance Stewart Meloche
Date registered: April 18, 2012


I am an artist. I am also a mother, a wife, a daughter, a sister and a friend. I am a spiritual seeker, trying to live to my highest potential, reaching for enlightenment while I do the laundry, maneuver my way through traffic and relationships and clean my closets both in my house and in my life, I am determined that my children will live to their highest potential while reminding my self to pay attention to stay on my own path. I do this while I manage a small business as an artist, manage a household, troubleshoot a work crisis or a family crisis or just a broken handle on the toilet.

Latest posts

  1. Prayer from a Human — February 25, 2014
  2. Silence — January 14, 2014
  3. Sweeping in the New Year….again!! — December 31, 2013
  4. Nothing left to do but blog! — December 30, 2013
  5. Fallen Angel — August 9, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. The Musical Soundtrack of my Life — 9 comments
  2. Morning music and prepping for the first wash. — 8 comments
  3. Googling Through Grief — 8 comments
  4. My Blogster! — 7 comments
  5. Did I tell you the one about wanting to be a nun? — 6 comments

Author's posts listings

Feb 06 2013

Did I tell you the one about wanting to be a nun?

I never know what I’m going to write here.  I shoot off from one thought and before I know it, I have a post. Today, right now I’m thinking about God.  Gosh I think about God a lot. I’m not super Holy.  I’m just regular.  Sometimes I’m questioning; sometimes I’m seeking; sometimes I delight in …

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Feb 02 2013

Life is but a dream!

I had this great dream the other night that left me wondering if it was really a dream at all. Maybe, just maybe it was a peak into the far ahead, the someday. I woke in the morning and the first thought I had was, “so that’s where they went”. And I felt peaceful. This …

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Jan 26 2013

I got nothin’!

Here I go again, nothing much to write.  If I was a writer, I’d say I have writer’s block, but I’m not a writer. I’m just a thinker who thinks thoughts and then writes them out on a blog for no particularly good reason. Sometimes my thoughts just flow in one continuous strand and then …

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Jan 10 2013


You must know by now that I like to talk about the great mysteries in life.  I like to seek answers to the questions that have plagued mankind. Today, I want to talk about something that has had me wondering for years. The topic came up once again as my daughter and I took a …

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Dec 27 2012

Sweeping in the New Year! Again.

I don’t usually go out on New Years Eve. At least, I try not to. I’m much too busy sweeping. It’s just a thing I do, every year at five minutes to midnight. I sweep. That is my New Years Eve tradition.   I don’t know remember when I started doing this. I suppose that …

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Dec 11 2012

My heart is spilling over with joy!

My heart is spilling over with joy! The house is decorated, the tree is trimmed.  The lights on the front of the house have been hung, and then taken down and then re-hung again when 2 ft of the 30ft string had lost their Christmas spirit and went out.  We tested every bulb and when …

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Dec 07 2012

Inner peace and Tranquility? It takes practice.

Meditation and Seeking Inner Peace. I’ve been on a spiritual quest all my life; Looking for the truth and seeking out answers to questions that have plagued people for centuries. Who am I? What path am I to follow? What is my purpose? Most often the question is: what the heck is happening or what in …

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Nov 29 2012

“Sing a Song”

Good Morning world. I can’t get this song out of my head and had to share it with you. The “la la la la la” part is particularly addictive. I could sing the “la la la la la”‘s all day long. It’s by “The Carpenters”. I didn’t have any idea who sang this song back …

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Nov 06 2012

Who is David Freeman?

Who is David Freeman? I’ll tell you who he is. He’s the chump that got new boots.  I got his old ones.  Let me explain. I was about 8 or 9 years old. At the end of summer, my mother would line all of us kids up in the basement beside the barrel. The barrel …

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Nov 06 2012

Everything Changes

This is when it gets really good.  This is my favorite time of year, the change from Autumn to Winter.  I enjoy all seasons, really I do. Each of them has their gifts.  It’s the changing of them that I relish the most. The melting of the snow in spring as the first crocus appear and the …

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Nov 02 2012

Life is full of Surprises!

  Am I confused, annoyed or just skeptical? I can’t tell. Lately, when I wake up in the morning, my right brow is sagging.   I look like this.   I stare in the mirror. I survey the rest of my face. I wonder if I have had a stroke in the night.  There has got to …

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Oct 31 2012

The Storyteller

Today, Halloween, it’s been two years since my father died.  He loved Halloween. I was thinking of him a lot yesterday. The woman at the corner store reminded me that it was “Devil’s Night”, the night before Halloween, notorious for childish pranks involving egg throwing or the knocking or the ringing of door bells. We …

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Oct 26 2012

Those Crazy Squirrels

I’m driving down the street and I have to once again slam on my brakes.  It’s suicidal squirrel season. There’s no other explanation for it. I saw the squirrel from a distance. He was sitting upright, watching me approach.  He stood up and turned toward the road. I slowed down.  He made an about-face and …

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Oct 25 2012

I feel like Forrest Gump

I feel like Forrest Gump. Do you remember that movie?  It’s my all time favourite. I could watch it a million times. My favourite scene is when Forrest sits on the big old porch and stares out.  Who knows what he’s thinking about, maybe everything that has happened. Maybe he’s not thinking about anything. I …

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Oct 11 2012

My first real mid-life date.

  I went on my first mid life date last night.  I didn’t know I was on one until we got to our destination. My husband is really stepping out of his comfort zone and is surprising me a little every day. Back story:  My husband and I stopped dating about 20 years ago, shortly after my …

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