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Through his eyes –

I have had the pleasure of taking care of my new grandson over the last few weeks. Not often but enough so his Mom can make it to meetings, quick shopping trips and doctors appointments. This little guy is now … Continue reading

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Slow changes with the seasons

It is not yet mid August but you can tell the turn of the earth. The days are getting shorter, and the air cools just a bit more at night. I know we are still due for many more hot … Continue reading

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Hanging in mid-air

“The first week of August hangs at the very top of summer, the top of the live-long year, like the highest seat of a Ferris wheel when it pauses in its turning. The weeks that come before are only a … Continue reading

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Silence is golden – maybe

I have been rereading Terry Tempest Williams – When Women were Birds. It is about voice, it is about her life, land and family. It is what Terry writes about, always. She makes deep connections to the land but also … Continue reading

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old and worn and well loved

As I sit down to write early this morning there is a cool breeze coming in my office window. I can’t bare to close the window since we have so many days when winter takes over and forces us to … Continue reading

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Into the “wild”

It is Monday – the heat of summer is here with a thick layer of humidity. I have spent a good part of the weekend inside due to this high heat/humidity combination. It is driving me nuts and so today … Continue reading

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Familj Farm (Est. 2019)

This last Saturday my family gathered for a pesto party. It was not an eating pesto party although we did do that as well. We were making pesto to freeze for next winter when gardens are only a dream and … Continue reading

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