The mind dances here and there, rarely in a linear progression. So what’s in my thoughts these days? How about counting on these fingers?
- While driving through town, I glance over at a small cemetery and notice wild turkeys padding about. A whole flock, actually, reminding me of hunting season hereabouts and the national holiday just ahead. Somehow, the critters know the calendar, and the wiser ones find sanctuary in town. Good luck to the rest of their brood.
- With the return of cold weather, we once again use our front entryway and the mudroom beside the kitchen as auxiliary refrigerators. Don’t trip over the pots and pans when you visit.
- When it comes to problems, focus on what’s closest, rather than always on the horizon. (The view from Mount Aquarius.)
- It’s all New Work, in the works.
- After all the lost or difficult years, the dashed dreams and desires, broken promises, upheavals – mingled, curiously, with gratitude. I’M HERE!
- What never happened – and then?
- Asked how long they’d lived there, in an American Walden, the artist replied: “Too long!”
- Could the text be made simpler, rather than wildly reaching?
- It’s better to know, even if it’s bad news, than to be left hanging in limbo
- We keep trying to find a good system for storing our leeks through the winter. We’re very open to suggestions.