Today threw me off balance. All I could think about this afternoon was how I needed to go home and write about it. Now that I’m here facing the blank page, I don’t know what to say. I saw a friend of mine today. We aren’t really close. We don’t lie around in pj’s… Continue reading Friday
For what it’s worth, I had a couple rough days this week. Nothing earth-shattering. I didn’t lose my job or any friends. I didn’t break a bone or drop some priceless personal artifact. Newp. Nothing that would register on the scale of painful loss. But there was a moment when I pondered walking away from… Continue reading Comfort
My year in pictures. I fell in love this year so many times, but mostly with the mountains. This year I knew how it felt to spring out of bed at 3:15 AM, giddy about the hours ahead. I knew the rush of emotions that would accompany each new adventure. I learned about moon… Continue reading So long, 2017. I’ve loved you so.
I turned 56 today. I’m never really clear on where the time goes or how it seems to slip by unnoticed. Wasn’t it just yesterday that I was sipping Chambord and expensive champagne and learning how to cook the perfect octopus ? This afternoon, after a lovely breakfast with family, I spread out… Continue reading Maximum Exposure
This past week I was fortunate enough to spend a few days away on a personal art retreat. I don’t go exclusively to get away from anything (although the soundtrack of my life is rarely conducive to any creative pursuits ) rather I go away to access a different path to my heart. Sometimes what… Continue reading Kaleidoscope Skies
It’s around 2 tenths of a mile from when I step off my porch until I have a clear view of Mt Rainier. Oh, its not always visible. Clouds obscure the view often in these winter months, but it’s there. And I know it is. Even if billowing clouds fill that gap, I know she’s… Continue reading Sunday
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