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Sensing a shadow in the bright light of day Escaping an accident with sliver edged timing All these are blue through my heart’s eyes. Once during hunting season high in the Rockies in my vehicle speeding along a dirt road I saw a doe elk running for her life foaming and wild eyed her predators [...]
This post is for a synchroblog on Christianity and Health Care. I urge you to visit the other blog posts listed at the end of this one for some great reading with a large diversity of thoughts on this topic. Begging your pardon for this post’s rambling discussion about the topic! I am doing an [...]
Just when I was beginning to think about rejuvenating my relationship with my laptop after a summer of neglect, it became clear that it was time to buy a new one. I’d had my second Dell, the Dell Inspiron for almost 6 years and she had served me well–she had never broken; she’d had two [...]
Poem of the Month ~ August 2009 What are those permission-seeking questions, to which you’d love to receive an unrestrained: “What I’m telling you is Yes Yes Yes.” What if you bestowed permission upon yourself, as this poet does with such humor and aplomb, to ask and live all manner of questions with playful humor? [...]
Oregon Coast, March 2008 Northwest coast medicine wheel, Gusti Granzella, July 2009 No sunny, hot, sweaty shore this foggy, rainy liminal space. My soul longs for the taste of it as appetizer as palate cleanser But it is not my main course, my true home. Beloved high desert landscapes in Oregon and Colorado The high [...]
I have been so dang absent from my blog, and I have to say that while feeling guilty, I don’t really feel all THAT guilty! Come cool weather, I’ll be back in the bloggerama saddle. Meanwhile, here’s a couple of the things that have made me step back from my keyboard… written permission to use [...]
Freak hail/snow storm June 9th, 2009 here in Bend, Oregon. Did severe damage to my little patio garden, although it has recovered beautifully! More pictures about that later. If you look carefully you’ll see a sweet face looking out the living room window, waiting patiently for me to return home. Geronimo, the 10 year old [...]