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Oh how the months speed by…
The latest from Our Little House in the Big Woods
- Radical acceptance and October snow
- Teeny tiny tired mouse for the Holy
- How are you doing, really?
- “You’ll lose all your readers if you write a spiritual blog every day.” (Fact check: not true.)
- Let everything that needs to go, go
- What does “Oh NO, where did my purse go?” have to do with spirituality?
- Sacred shell of the spiritual dyad
- Raking with the Heart
- Worry stew
- Seventy-five days until 2021: What the Heart knows spiritual exploration
Read, read, read…months and months of photos and words…
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Last week my friend Doris invited me to stop by. We get together every few months at her house. She serves coffee or tea and delicious sweets. Her husband, Howard, usually stops puttering to say hello, pausing at the table … Continue reading
Last night I dream-walked through my garden, a garden planted a long, long time ago in another dream–and, look, how unexpected, sweet yellow ears of corn grew amidst the zucchini and beans and squash vines. What an unexpected delight during a melancholy … Continue reading
Lady and gentlemen readers, I am peeking in to say hello and how ya doin’ before checking out of the computer world to spend more time watching goldenrod blossom, meditating deeply, being more and more present in this One Wild … Continue reading
My knee replacement patient watches a movie. Two fawns frolic in the yard with mama. I just spent thirty minutes negotiating between Blue Cross and hospital about physical therapy bills. Someone is trying to charge us over $3,000 when we’ve already paid … Continue reading
1. It’s nice to be able to post blogs “whenever I feel it” after a two month experiment with once-a-week blogging. It truly was a lovely experience. So much time and space opened up for reflection, for walking in spring … Continue reading
Welcome to our Garden Edition of this blog. Don’t you love late summer? When you can–if you’ve planted a garden during the spring or early summer–harvest your lunch from just outside your front door? At 11 a.m. I ventured outside … Continue reading
Today dawns the onion harvest, the pulling of white and red and yellow onion globes out of their earth-home. Their green stems drooped upon the ground earlier this week, fallen over from lack of rain or the sun’s silent command. … Continue reading