Monthly Archives: September 2011

Little altars

Morning has broken… My cameras are with me most of the time. I don’t aspire to produce glossy, dreamlike photos, just a record of what I see. I was struck this first frosty morn by the one brown leaf on … Continue reading

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Eating Out

Tonight my kitchen is warm and smells oh so sweet and lemony. There is fresh fig compote bubbling on the stove. I wanted to add candied ginger but searching in the cupboard I remembered using the last of it in … Continue reading

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Living in Paradox

When I announced to one of my closest friends “I’m moving out of here and traveling for awhile,” he loudly proclaimed “But what will you do with all your books!” Others are more pointed: “Mom, don’t bring anymore of your … Continue reading

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Taking the first step

My almost one-year-old grandson Evan is ready to walk – almost. He has taken a few steps but has yet to take off!  When Lillian was one she took a few steps, then a few more, and then one day … Continue reading

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  I’ve done a lot of living in my lovely little home here in the barn – yes Mother, I’ve been living in a barn for 3 years. But, at the end of October I’m going through that pink back … Continue reading

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