Acknowledging Ancestors and Spirits

Today dawned a spectacular late autumn day, the sun hitting bright foliage with an illumining, slanted light. Autumn continues to unfurl ever so slowly and we are enjoying the leisurely spread of colorful foliage. After a very chilly start,the fall has been much warmer than the historical norms, further evidence that New England is more … Continue reading Acknowledging Ancestors and Spirits

A New World Arising

A bright summer day, the late afternoon shadows lying deep under the spreading trees. A sea breeze sways the branches as the odd cloud momentarily blocks the sun. We are still awaiting rain as the earth is parched by strong sun and wind. The humidity has been consistently high but does little to ease the … Continue reading A New World Arising

Settler Colonial Dreams

A rainy night and an unseasonably cool morning. The world is emerald green and mud luscious and out on the marsh the herons are dancing their entrancing mating flights. The news this morning is that the Supreme Court is ready to overturn Roe Vs, Wade. This is likely to further polarize our country, much to … Continue reading Settler Colonial Dreams

A Stormy Day

This morning is blustery and wet, gusts of leaves flying past my window. Increasingly, the landscape takes on the hue of late autumn. My last post was truncated by WordPress. The culprit appears to have been a page break. If you only read a paragraph you missed most of the post. Yesterday I was having … Continue reading A Stormy Day