From Scratch

From Scratch

Twenty two squares back I wrote about my a.m. fondness for a simple yet decadent sunnyside up egg. Another simple fav of mine is an omelet, sorrel adds a touch of acidic sort of astringent…a lemony freshness that’s just the … Continue reading

Meet Henry

Meet Henry

I thought she looked more like a Virginia. It would be more dramatic to call out Vir-gi-n-i-a, than Henry, two syllable names just don’t cut it when you need to shout out their attention in a trice. She strutted down … Continue reading

Slipping into the Infinite

Slipping into the Infinite

Darkness. All hidden. My eyes wait for the moon to fall, to hurl all my dreams into the sun and make visible once again my true inheritance. I spread my wings from another and greater night. They shiver, yet cannot … Continue reading

The Aptitude Test

The Aptitude Test

At first, I didn’t think it wise to paint a room in one’s dwelling with a color named Approaching Storm, who wants that turmoil in their nest? Beguiled by the hue a change of thought erupted, where else to approach … Continue reading

Be Kind For It Has Always Been You

Be Kind For It Has Always Been You

In Suzanne Simard’s discoveries, she witnessed trees sharing “information that actually is important to the health of the whole forest.” In addition to warning each other of danger, Simard says that trees have been known to share nutrients at critical … Continue reading

Take An Ujjayi Break

Take An Ujjayi Break

This looks more like an asteroid hit this spot rather than snowfall. We took a chunk of it home with us for further investigation under a lens. There is nothing left to compare it to, but it will keep our … Continue reading

A Heavy Moment to Behold

A Heavy Moment to Behold

Branches, in their winter coatsA marvel of entanglement.Bare, boldsimply existing.Glistening in its a la mode cloak with an ecstatic sense of new wisdom against a whitewashed sky.Here we are again,another roundand into a new.

“Walking on the Moon…

…feet they hardly touch the ground.” – Sting According to the principal songwriter and lead singer of The Police, the background of this tune was about the weightlessness one feels when they fall in love. I see how in his … Continue reading

The Sojourner

The Sojourner

We’re all going back home while most try to delay the journey, and sure enough a few try to control the journey, I’m here to enjoy the ride.

The Watering Hole

The Watering Hole

For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them. – Matthew 18:20