Someone could get to thinking that I have fallen out of the writing habit, given that it’s been a while between posts. Not the case. Every day I do some kind of writing: content for websites at work, documents for organizations I volunteer with, or simple journaling for myself. Those words end up in the […]
Where I live the pouring rain of dreary spring lingers still. I hope that where you are the sun of coming summer is shining.
With the guidance of JC Sulzenko, I crafted a found poem. Read the poem and find a poem for yourself.
In a miraculous way, he opened himself up to become a channel for story. He surrendered to it. Story unfolded through him, complete and beautiful from beginning to end. And when he started to think, he stopped.
This is a day to be Public, Intentional and Explicit allies of LGBTQ2SIA+ people. There is no end and no repeating pattern to people. Let’s affirm that. Let’s celebrate that by eating pie!
Short but sweet . . . Thanks for dropping by.
Wheeee! Skiing! That used to be a family sport. Now I’m afraid I’ll break something. Hahaha!
Surrender is often a good thing, certainly better than being inflexible and breaking.
Once I heard Oprah Winfrey say that she liked the gospel song, “I Surrender All,” because it helped her cope with difficult situations.
I think it helps to cope, and also maybe to let life develop in ways that might surprise us being wonderful, even thought it wasn’t what we thought we wanted.
What a beautiful location! Extra reading time can be good. Flexibility is key to enjoying a vacation.
It was absolutely gorgeous. Breathtaking in fact. I enjoyed a lot of amazing skiing, and I took two days off to sit and read and write by the fire. Perfect.