at Christmas. No solicitations ever here, just my thoughts du jour take them or leave them…the choice is always yours. For all you resplendent wonderers who do happen to stop by my little ole space, a big thank you to … Continue reading
Home for the holidays. All routines are on hold. This galley with a view will be the place to be the last week of the year. Grateful, blessed and oh so merry.
…a more beautiful world. Flowers, yes always a good idea. These letters meant to read vertically make great use of space, it’s simple and effective and who isn’t delighted with a whiff of a floreated centerpiece to behold. I’m intrigued … Continue reading
I’m trying to figure out this place, the what and where, the why I have arrived and how to return without the baggage. Where else does one go but the wilderness for answers, for she doesn’t sling any distractions our … Continue reading
a heart to act accordingly with everyday grace. Warning: walking past a block party of gut shrieking joys from children at play is contagious and just the motivation needed to climb uphill. Every Day Grace Our deepest fear is not … Continue reading
Something redolent about the whiff of moist duff after the morning frosty dew dissipates, something not-so-ordinary to spot, this sweet trinary. Sunlight yearns to kiss these lavender hued caps and if girlfriend were with me on this am stroll, she … Continue reading
I’m here to protect it.
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
This isn’t the salty body of water that I prefer, but there is something about a flowing river after a downpour. It’s a formidable wildlife wonder to the ocean when it’s not within reach. I’m not sure why I’m drawn … Continue reading
To my great joy we are finally able to lay on pavers, warmed-from-the-sun. Nobody knows how long it will last. I figure, we have a few more rounds through the darkness to the dawn. We’ve set out so long ago, … Continue reading