Crossing the Threshold

Crossing the Threshold

I see things glow. It’s happening now. Learn from Indian and African peoples…despite the attempts of dehumanization and extermination…never stop singing, dancing, lighting fires and rejoicing around the glow. Resist through delight and nature will never let you down for … Continue reading

A Love Note from Above

A Love Note from Above

Someone left the hatch open in the firmament so I stood waiting for the gumdrops. Everything that is going on now has been carried out…more of us are more consciously aware of it now and see rainbows and gumdrops.

Good On Me

Good On Me

I went to bed at a decent hour for once. Not for long though. I woke, gratefully so, to the thought that I didn’t get the eggs out for the hunt in the morning. Now that I’m up I might … Continue reading

Take Me To Paradise

Take Me To Paradise

I’ve been listening to my little muse lately. I’ve mentioned before how intuitive children play and communicate and how we should take heed of their cues. I bet if you take note of their ideas and follow through, you’ll find … Continue reading

A Dawn of A New Age

A Dawn of A New Age

In my heart, a song. In my step, a lightness. In my depth, a spirit that won’t die. At the brink, prophecies hindered. A force, devoid of love, extinguished. New growth and swift strides during a clamorous winter. Forsaken honeypots … Continue reading

An Auspicious Beginning

An Auspicious Beginning

Can you hear the murmur of our unconditionally loving mother on this silent winter’s eve? We will be gifted with a white winter by tomorrow. The previous snow melted completely leaving us with bare and monochrome long lines that stretch … Continue reading

Just Because

Just Because

On tiny nails, chipped pink polish. On dusty floors, a pink balloon when not volleyed in the air. On a layer of cashew crust meant to be cookies, tart pink frosting from leftover cranberry sauce and a dollop of fresh … Continue reading

Thrice-baked,

Thrice-baked,

¿Por qué no? One savory, one sweet, one muy grande…all made from scratch. Don’t be fooled, the biggest one will be the first one to vanish, it’s that delicious and demonstrably that irresistible. The pies, however, hold little interest to … Continue reading

On the Table,

On the Table,

evidence of our last class. Not a bad way to start the late-fall early winter break with an art class still in our jammies. This little muse ended up signing off her virtual learning and gravitated toward wild crafting a … Continue reading