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In Coming of Age: Come Rain or Come Shine, Martha Grossman shares her journey of self-actualization, from codependency sown by the seeds of illusion to the quiet ecstasy of authentic wholeness. Her brave account reflects the universal story of each woman’s path back home to herself.
We've Renovated our Coop at Casa Gallina! Thank you Susan Preston at Clearly Presentable for your great web design work. It was a pleasure working with Susan. She guided me through a great process of digging deep into what I love about hosting guests, what I love...read more
Winter is a time for reflection. Winter is a time for renewal. Winter is a time for rest. Winter is a time for reading. Winter is a perfect time to plan a personal (or couples) retreat here at Casa Gallina. So many of my guests have asked me if I have special...read more
Treat yourself to a cozy retreat here at Casa Gallina and play in Taos' snowy mountains! Book your Winter/Ski Getaway Special. Last minute getaways from now until Feb 12th, 2017. Your fourth night is my treat! Pot of Red Chili Pork Posole on your stove...read more
This week I celebrated my 32nd wedding anniversary. When I got married, I promised my “soon to be” that I would do the best I could in our marriage; to be my best. I didn’t promise necessarily to stay married, but to do my very best in our marriage–to be the best me. I think Martha Grossman in Coming of Age: Come Rain or Come Shine, in her own way, made a similar promise. She needed to get out of her marriage to fulfill that promise. Reading her book prompted me to take a good hard look at my marriage. Divorce was always a possibility, but her memoir made me realize I needed to stay in mine. Martha, the Martha that I know, is living “the best Martha.” She and her book are teaching me to do the same.Laurie K.