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The latest from Our Little House in the Big Woods
- Forest teaching about Intent and coming from love versus division
- The sh*t phone is history.
- Snake fear and love
- Flute tree, rain web, road of life
- What I really want to say…
- Starfish, hummingbird frolicking in hose spray and other underwater adventures
- Last night the Winter King dreamed of pussy willows.
- Poof! (and she disappeared again)
- Catching up, fake news, I was wrong, Path of the Heart
Read, read, read…months and months of photos and words…
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Monthly Archives: February 2011
It’s hard to believe. You’re walking up the road pondering whether you even need a winter coat–when you see Them. Pussy willows. In February. Who would have thought that a tree could be so crazy? If you look around, you … Continue reading
Confession time. “Readers, I have sinned…” No, no, no. It wasn’t sinning exactly. But I think the Wrong Impression may have been gleaned if you’ve been reading my blog this winter. You may think I’ve been stepping outside and enjoying … Continue reading
Welcome to Michigan Technological University’s annual Winter Carnival. Every year the students carve incredible ice sculptures and compete for top honors. We traveled “up the road” on Thursday to view the ice sculptures. Barry took the day off work. We … Continue reading
Breathe in the quiet of mist rising over the lake. Feel the peacefulness of it. Imagine the ice forming. After the heavy winds blew earlier this week, the ice covers the Keweenaw Bay a little south of Carla’s Restaurant and stretches … Continue reading
These wolf photos were taken by my co-worker and friend, Lori, last summer. She and her husband, Bill, were driving through the Upper Peninsula, a little south of here, near Amasa. Suddenly they spotted them on a hill overlooking the … Continue reading
I like the concept of “eating local”. How many of you read the book “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle” by Barbara Kingsolver? Show of hands, please! How many of you then wanted to live an entire year eating only food produced in … Continue reading
A long long time ago two young pups graduated from college and moved to the northwoods. They raised their family in the forest, twelve miles from the nearest town. Their children went to one of the last remaining two-room elementary schools in … Continue reading
Goodness! I haven’t told you any personal stories in a whole week. Now that we have impersonal cloud photos, perhaps it’s time to personalize the blog. Let’s see. What can I tell you? Today is Day 17 of the Gratitude … Continue reading