Night Fog

sometimes i wake in the middle of the night, i will walk around the house a bit, then open the back curtains to see what nature is doing, looking out to the back field.i am always surprised at the amount of reflected lights – house lights, street lights, as if we are uncomfortable with the …

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2020 Solstice

2020 – year ending, a solstice, the darkest day, the waiting with hope for the renewal of life 2020 has made it extraordinarily hard to be positive with wave upon wave of negative news, while still unearthing many spiritually positive guides and goals, life affirming people doing life-affirming things for/with others All of us, with …

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walking at night

This is my night photo to reflect on this wonderful poem Walking at Night – by Louise Gluck Now that she is old,the young men don’t approach herso the nights are free,the streets at dusk that were so dangeroushave become as safe as the meadow. By midnight, the town’s quiet.Moonlight reflects off the stone walls;on …

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it’s coming on Christmas

ok so it’s officially December, 2020. The month that escalates with the energy of giving thanks. And there is much to be thankful for – each breathe, each connection. The month reaches out and touches the year end with the energy of presence giving. Though this year has had waves of disclosures and priority rearranging, as …

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awareness with acceptance

Looking out on another hour of precipitation to the stone pathway, with the realization aside from flooding areas the wind blew leaf bare, and flooding areas the non-stop rain runs over mud and slippery rock, the stones of this path are not lined up acceptance that they are and acceptance that they are not

the drive to pizza

a short but rare drive to my favorite local wood fired pizzaioli, a rare outing in time of Covid, wanting to make the most of the experience away from home, so taking the slower streets, going through the neighborhoods lined with landscaped hedges, trees, in various shades of red, yellow, mustard brown, and dark green …

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IN MEMORY OF JOAQUÍN SALVADOR LAVADO TEJÓN, QUINO, CREATOR OF MAFALDA “Mafalda, the comic strip, discusses and traverses issues of the world via means of Mafalda and her friends who debate themes including poverty, international relations, technological and industrial revolution, corruption, environmental destruction and more. At this point, reading Mafalda might sound like a dull …

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you jest?

sometimes, i think, i wish i knew what was going on in my mind, when out of the blue, of the quiet of nothingness, i become completely focused on some minute detail, searching through my resources doing further online research taking notes to share in hopes,  that what my vibrations and connections have revealed will …

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