Spring has come to the South Coast, although the marsh is slow to green. Egrets and other waders have made their way to to its edge, the shallows a perfect mirror.
March is set to go out like a lion, which is, I believe, the way it came in. A partially sunny, breezy day. Although the day is presently warm, cold is to follow by tomorrow, along with copious rain. We have our first daffodils and a few bushes have begun to leaf out, yet most … Continue reading April’s Cusp
A dream: Ours is a watery planet. Molecules of water carry memory and bind us to the tides and the cycles of the moon. We each hold all of earth’s memory, a gift from the water, although few of us unlock that knowing. Water and sky and trees are one, made of the same stuff, … Continue reading Watery Dreaming
A gray, cool day after a day of rain, with cold on the way. We continue to work with our cat, Nori, who, as I wrote in an earlier post, we adopted from a shelter. They had found her as she left a wooded area and when we adopted her she was terrified of pretty … Continue reading Nori Update