Aloneness Aloneness forced by nature, perhaps to slow movement, allowing a clearer view of living. Stopping pursuits, exposing feelings. Learning myself, igniting the twigs of creativity as kindling begins a warming blaze. Fire erupts, insights born in the rising smoke, freeing restraints, clearing vision, making way as fears and joys emerge.
Usually my Christmas letter is written by one or more of my doglets, but they aren’t up to the task having just returned from 3 days at fall camp where they ran miles, played with canine friends, and thank goodness, did not come home with handmade trinkets like I brought from my youthful days at… Continue reading Christmas Letter 2020
Tis Christmas, a perfect time to show some Christmas trees I’ve enjoyed in years past. Merry Christmas to All And to All a Good Night.
Way back when we could travel, I recall with fondness this town on a terraced hill in Italy overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. One of my favorites. See more travel pictures at Travel Talk https://traveltalk.me.uk/2020/12/22/travel-photo-8/
Debbie over at Travel With Intent provided a quote and her pictorial interpretation of it as a challenge today. Here is the quote and a picture from my archives. Be sure to check out more winter pictures at https://travelwithintent.com/2020/12/23/summer-in-exile/. “Winter, the aged chief, Mighty in power, Exiles the tender leaf, Exiles the flower.” – Robert… Continue reading Winter’s Power
My contribution to Cee’s Flower of the Day Photo Challenge on December 23, 2020.
In keeping with the Christmas season, I present these guarding angels displayed last year on my trip to Oaxaca.
Today I’m sharing some Christmas sights I’ve seen in Mexico over the past few years. Hope your holidays are just as bright, shining and full of surprises.
A river of division separates our country, and we face the challenge of how to cross that divide without destroying and polluting the center. I’ve been struggling with how to clean up this river, make it navigable and accessible for all people. And I wonder what I expect and/or anticipate to happen as we search for… Continue reading Crossing a River