Someone to Tend. Part 1.

Someone to Tend. Part 1.

When you don’t bow, you exist, you, we, you, history.” – Yianni Ristos Something happens out here in the wilderness. An eternal commitment that cherishes the graciousness within. It’s no wonder that here I stand bare toes on terra, unfettered … Continue reading

Summer is Watermelon Season

Have I told you about my summer home? I’m dreaming of it and it looks something like this. Minimalist living is a given when in a straw-hat most of the day. Shoes not permitted and certainly no clutter. Not that … Continue reading

Lit

Lit

More and more individuals are growing inquisitive and confidently questioning the answers offered to us by those who think we are so special they are doing everything to maintain our verdure, you know since we are so far off kilter. … Continue reading

Promulgating Grace

Promulgating Grace

All hail her majesty, Queen Anne’s Lace. This is the only royalty I rise for. These vigorous plants lace the edges along roadside ditches and we can’t help but curtsey in favor of a closer view. She has a better … Continue reading

Sometimes

Sometimes

simple is not necessarily unadorned…sometimes it’s all you have left. In a realm where oaths like “do no harm,” or “to uphold, defend and serve” are impulsively dodged, I turn inward for a trace of softness, tenderness, adroitness, allowance and … Continue reading

Come and Find Me

Come and Find Me

back here if you choose to step forward into the universal cosmic consciousness with me. If you prefer to take the bait that the unwell want you to take then be gone, go find God or whatever it takes for … Continue reading

It’s a Momentum Thing

It’s a Momentum Thing

What’s an esplanade without an impermeable canopy of densely verdant heart-shaped leaves intermixed with cupped-shaped flowers? Now if you’re checked out and on autopilot you may miss what’s in plain sight above your brow. But if fully awake, present and driving … Continue reading

Leader of the Pack

Leader of the Pack

Remember these little fellows? Back it up twenty-seven squares ago when they were all white tops except for one. As I stated in that square, it only takes one and the rest followed in a few days. I’m a proud … Continue reading

We Were Born To Stand Out,

We Were Born To Stand Out,

and not fit in. A little special someone has been insisting on sowing a few seeds, after witnessing crocuses and tulips erupting from our grounds. I surrendered to her will the other day, pourquoi non? We have been off in … Continue reading

In Times Like These

when rain falls hard on empty streets but it’s satisfactory because the florists are all closed and there are no more parties to go. In times like these, baby bear is thrown into relief by choosing the same terry cloth … Continue reading