20 Feb / Write 28 Days: Noticing

Late Winter These not-much days, late winter you hope, when the air breathes like a spring morning until a few steps later it’s freezing, north

red squirrel in snow


Another retrospective post in my continuing project to record this second pandemic year here on the blog, a year in which I’ve taken no trips

A Tangle of Bright Moments: How You Bring Your Lived-Out Day As A Gift

“I’ll let you in on a secret about how one should pray the sunset prayer. It’s a juicy bit of praying, like strolling on grass,

A Tangle of Bright Moments: Aquamarine Shadows

“She had never known that ice could take on so many shades of blue: sharp lines of indigo like the deepest sea, aquamarine shadows, even

A Tangle of Bright Moments: Not Ready To Lie Down

“Perhaps the purpose of leaves is to conceal the verticality of trees which we notice in December as if for the first time: row after

A Tangle of Bright Moments: An Impossible Possession

“I should like to be the landscape which I am contemplating, I should like this sky, this quiet water to think themselves within me, that

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