Awakening Dormancy

Awakening Dormancy

Awakening dormancy. This scene is an entirely different universe that I see myself in. In fact, it’s the opposite but in the spirit of how to open my heart and mind and keep it from surrendering to the darkness, I … Continue reading

“By The Power of Grayskull

“By The Power of Grayskull

I have the Power.” –He-Man. Something about watching this cartoon left me with the same exhilaration after beholding the immensely involving movie “Rocky” in the theater…running up the exit aisle, my hands up like a goal post… I was invincible. … Continue reading

Expect Magic

Expect Magic

The deeper we plunge into winter, the more I look forward to the light because it exposes the shadows of the past that haunts our spirit. We’ve been hibernating for a while alongside murky trails, but the frozen tracks will … 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

Sunlight,

Sunlight,

it’s scarce up north. Sunsets beneath a down-covered duvet of clouds are more prominent these days. There’s a bit of sunlight left as I strolled (others sprinted) along this pond, that can barely recall summer. Star struck by this infrequent … Continue reading

Little Green Jackets

Little Green Jackets

We are deep into the fall here, but these little guys want to shed their adorable tiny jackets. I like their spirit, but my blood runs thin and I have my merino base layers on now. Wishing you warmth and … Continue reading

Tribal Beats

Tribal Beats

Bad to the Bone

Bad to the Bone

Not really, he only plays tough with his sister. He’s undeniably soft and bolts back into the house to the plonk of a tumbled acorn. But take it from him and saunter on out there and breathe some fresh air. … Continue reading

Fish Killers

Forgive us Father for we have killed the soon-to-be-vanished halibut that use to swim so abundantly in our waters. Our once happy ecosystems have whirled into a chaotic frenzy and we took out four of them in half a day’s … Continue reading