A dark, chilly day following a day and night of rain. It is a great day to plant bushes! We've been hunkered in, still working and doing what we can to support friends and family. I'm committed to be of use, but given I am still dealing with fatigue, I cannot do as much as … Continue reading Speechless
Independence Day Musings
Yesterday was a perfect summer day, very much fitting of the 4th of July. We kayaked and picnicked, then went walking along the lake shore, or rather Jennie walked while I rode my scooter. I've finally decided I appreciate the scooter and the flexibility it offers; of course, in true Polio fashion, it has taken … Continue reading Independence Day Musings
My Life Is A Gift
This morning I met with a student who is working on a piece of historical fiction about distant family members who were settlers in the Dakotas. As we spoke about her writing, she mentioned fire that had burned the upper floor of this family's mansion. The student had found a report in the town newspaper … Continue reading My Life Is A Gift
Dreaming, Elders, and the Languague of the Land
Sometimes the Elders come and visit. Lately they have been concerned about languages and fevers.