Monthly Archives: November 2013

A Biking Avatar

I was biking yesterday and thought how cool it is—it’s one of those things that connects you to the freedom once again of being a kid.  And I noticed that if you keep your head held high, looking straight ahead, … Continue reading

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Final Harvest

(I just found out tonight my uncle, Guy Grover, passed away.  He’d been in ill health for awhile. Other than my mom, he was my dad’s best friend.  They farmed a mile from one another…went on dozens of Canadian fishing … Continue reading

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Comes A Time

There comes a time the veil will tear, and our every zip-filed experience will rip open and tumble fast-forward across a cosmic screen, witnessed by a voyeuristic universe. We stand, trapped in a soul-prism humbly grateful and momentarily uplifted for … Continue reading

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Leaf Purgatory

Air heavy from recent drizzle, It’s overcast and surprisingly warm for late October. The neighbor’s walnut tree is barren. Our linden sheds floating leaves; Various maples are deciding when to lose theirs. Magically, a small leaf from the snowball bush … Continue reading

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A November morning walk with Neville (photos)

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Scared and Sacred

Within us is a scared place… A tiny room only we hold the key to, Even though the world viciously attacks that door with crowbars And the prisoners inside scream for release. These are demons of self-loathing and anxiety; Unresolved … Continue reading

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Changing Clocks & Migrating Blackbirds

Today, we awoke to our first Daylight Savings Time Sunday.  We had reset an essential clock or two back an hour before going to bed, and will spend the rest of the week readjusting clocks on walls, stoves, cars, etc.  … Continue reading

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