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Oh how the months speed by…
The times folks have paused along Lake Superior Spirit's shores since 2010
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The latest from Our Little House in the Big Woods
- “I’m scared,” said Goldilocks to the Three Little Bears
- Unexpected inspiration
- 32 years and out (as a politician)!
- Whoooo you votin’ for?
- Quiet spring meditation in the woods
- Passenger pigeons, Show & Tell and my dad
- Icicles, Mist, and the Road Less Traveled
- The sideways tame chipmunk caper
- The $99 blog
- Until we meet again, my friends…
Read, read, read…months and months of photos and words…
Tag Archives: life
On Sunday I wrote about cultivating the unexpected, about Elizabeth Gilbert’s book BIG MAGIC and about courting a life that refuses to stay in ho-hum ruts. Inspiration begged me to start a daily journal recording Unexpected Happenings during each day. … Continue reading
OK, dear blog readers, inspiration hath struck like lightning in the rain. I am tingling with the sense of new possibilities, new directions, new visions. Would you like to tingle, too? For those who haven’t already–pick up a copy of … Continue reading
I know you blog readers may think I’m totally flaky at times–one minute writing a blog a day, the next minute quitting for almost a year. One time posting quiet meditative nature photos and the next time babbling on about … Continue reading
I am doing something totally inadvisable. Writing about politics. There is no way you can win when you support your candidate. Two fifths of the populace will arise in support: Yay, man, you are so right! Two fifths of the … Continue reading
Dear Reader, so much has happened since we last communicated, ‘way back in June of 2015. Had I been blogging in August you would have met our tame chipmunk, a very sweet and sassy fellow who took over our hearts. … Continue reading
Hello, my blogging friends! Coming to you live from Lake Superior where the April weather snows like crazy one minute and then sunshine and clear skies exist the next minute. Yep, it’s spring in the Upper Peninsula. It’s almost bipolar. … Continue reading