Covid Sunday Blues Redux

This morning dawned gray and wet, heavy rain falling at a slant and slashing at north facing windows in the stiff breeze. It's warm though, about 52F, and the snow from last weekend's blizzard has mostly melted. Later the rain is forecast to change to freezing rain and then sleet as the temperature drops rapidly … Continue reading Covid Sunday Blues Redux

A Dream for Hard Times

A cool, dark day. Every now and then a scattering of raindrops fall among the spring blossoms. We are living in hard times. So many are dying of Covid19, other illnesses, and hunger, deaths that might have been avoided by timely, compassionate action by our leaders. So many are frightened and desperate, and the young … Continue reading A Dream for Hard Times


A dark day although the rain has held off. Now the late afternoon sun illumines the western overcast, offering the possibility of a sunset. The wind, which has been a consistent companion these past few days, has risen, promising storms tomorrow. I'm drinking my late afternoon cup of decaf tea, a ritual I've adopted during … Continue reading Dreamings