April 5, 2020

Tiny flowers on my inside window sill picked on my first post self-isolation walk.

Yesterday I touched the ground again after nearly two weeks of self-isolation in a second-story apartment building. The large, suburban park where we walked was nearly empty. It was, and...

March 29, 2020

We may not think about it often, especially in our individualistic and often self-centered society, but we are all connected. We all share a collective breath. We all feel the same constraints of earth's gravity. We all wake under the same marvelous, changing sky. And...

January 30, 2020

There is something about ashes and the remains of a fire in the woods that interests me. I am not exactly sure what it is, but the attraction is very strong. Perhaps it is the beautiful blackness. Maybe it is the evidence of drama. It is certainly mystery. In fact it i...

February 18, 2018

It was a few weeks early, knowing that snow would most likely come again before spring, but I went ahead and did it anyway. It was time. My spring ritual. The uncovering of a circle of beach bricks I created in a secret, undisclosed place in the Massachusetts countrysi...

January 25, 2018

Some days are harder than others! Today was one of those days. A simple car repair reveals other issues. A root canal (bad enough, right?) turns into something worse. On this kind of day, I have to look outside myself for strength. 

I remember the words I had painted on...

October 26, 2017

Forget the Gregorian, Julian, and Roman calendars and the idea that the new year begins on January 1. Now is the time to gather hopes.

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