It’s Not Personal

A cloudy, dampish, cool morning following a perfect spring day. Last evening was cool and clouds were settling in but we grabbed a pizza and had dinner in the van by the marsh. It was capital! I've been thinking about my experiences with the spirits over my lifetime. As much as I do struggle with … Continue reading It’s Not Personal

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

On Colonialism, Race, Identity, and Money

Today is a dull, gray, midwinter day, unseasonably warm in keeping with the last two years. A group of us friends has been meeting to sort out the election and its aftermath. For several members of the group, this is their first taste of colonialism at work, and the group is wrestling with the interweaving … Continue reading On Colonialism, Race, Identity, and Money