Part of the human experience, for me anyway, is to keep the memories of those who have gone before. Of times…of moments that were pivotal in each life as well as those which impacted our collective experience. It is why I love, LOVE to read and study history – always have! It is the collection…Read more »
Great perils have this beauty, that they bring to light the fraternity of strangers.
I found myself reminded recently of the power of awe to transform understanding and outlook. It happened while walking with my three-year old granddaughter. Her exuberance for all things buggy, wiggly and muddy made me stop and reconsider how I viewed the worm in the garden or the giant writing spider on the bean vines.…Read more »
This past winter I became obsessed with baking yeast breads. Before you get too excited by the thought of wonderful smells emanating from my kitchen, please understand that the reality didn’t quite live up to the expectation. Oh the smells were fantastic and many of the loaves were actually edible but none, NONE of them…Read more »
We have an annual family tradition in which we make our way back to the sea, stick our toes in the ocean and release the accumulated stress from the past year. I don’t know that it is a conscious releasing but if you listen closely, the exhale is audible and the accompanying smile radiant. My…Read more »
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton