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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
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Monthly Archives: June 2011
Hello, reader, out there in Cyberspace. I can almost see you sitting at your computer. Some of you have a drink in hand–others a cup of tea–you are drinking coffee–you come unaccompanied to the computer. I come without a cup … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for a declaration. Time to write a blog about an oft-maligned creature. Time to write a blog heralding the delights of–are you ready?–yes, you must be ready–CILANTRO! Let’s get honest. Let’s not be shy. How … Continue reading
The Guest House This being human is a guest house. Every morning a new arrival. A joy, a depression, a meanness, some momentary awareness comes as an unexpected visitor. Welcome and attend them all: Even if they’re a crowd of … Continue reading
I don’t know how to start this blog. Which is unusual for me. Usually, I just dive in without a second thought, letting the blog write itself. This afternoon I want to write a personal blog. A filled-with-feeling blog. A … Continue reading
All day long it has rained. Rain, rain, rain. The skies open their gray curtains and water drips everywhere: on grass, on dandelions, on trees, on robins, on hummingbirds, on fawns nursing against Mama Deer. I stay inside all day. No … Continue reading
Most people travel to New York City to stroll in Central Park, visit Wall Street, glimpse the Statue of Liberty, gawk at the Empire State Building, admire paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, catch a Broadway play near … Continue reading
Yesterday we sweated in New York City as the temperature nudged 100 degrees. We splurged and rented a Prius for $49.99 plus insurance and taxes and $3.00 for an extra driver and drove east out toward Long Island. We languished … Continue reading
Picture this. Alarm peals at 4 a.m. Quickly checking flight status on computer, getting dressed, kissing sleepy husband goodbye, starting the car. Glimpsing a bear lumbering into the trees as you turn left past your road. Driving mile after dark … Continue reading