Report from the Mountains

Today dawned chilly and dank. The abundant rains this spring and early summer have created a lush green world, and those luscious greens seem even more robust in today's saturated air! The Connecticut river marks the divide between the Green Mountains and the Whites. On our western side of the state Lake Champlain demarcates the … Continue reading Report from the Mountains

The Soft Heart that Soothes Suffering

Saturday I spend time with a dear friend and colleague who is a beloved elder and healer. Over a fantastic lunch, with a mountain stream rushing along beside her home and a decidedly autumnal rain falling, we talked about our long friendship and the challenges we have faced. The discussion was, in turns, playful and … Continue reading The Soft Heart that Soothes Suffering