Collectives

a venue of vultures

I woke up early in an empty house this morning. I often wake up early in a quiet house filed with sleeping children, but waking up in . . . → Read More: Collectives

Gathering

 

the seaweed harvest

the seaweed harvest

It has been one year since I posted the first entry on this blog. I feel like I am in such a different . . . → Read More: Gathering

Tide Pools

view from inside

A few days after my visit from the barn swallow another bird flew into my home through the door I leave open upstairs. This one was not so easy to catch . . . → Read More: Tide Pools

Wisdom and Folly

the savanna

The morning after I wrote about Coyote I found what was left of one of my clogs. It was half buried in leaves in the oak grove, discarded like an old dog bone. . . . → Read More: Wisdom and Folly

My Heart

heartache

There is a history of heart disease on both sides of my family and for most of my adult life I have seen a cardiologist once a year. The other day I drove . . . → Read More: My Heart

Traveling Alone

Sunset – Tel Aviv

This year would have been my 31st wedding anniversary. It is instead the first year of my new life as a single woman. Finding . . . → Read More: Traveling Alone

Going in Circles

around and around

Recently, my mother and I were in a taxi that got lost driving between Rhinebeck and Syosset New York. The area was unfamiliar to us and though we were sure we were lost we were not certain until we came around a bend . . . → Read More: Going in Circles