Tag Archives: peace

How should we cook this blue ice fish?

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

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What’s bugging you?

Mostly nothing is bugging me these days. Which is a good thing, isn’t it? However, there is one little thing which remains unsettled. I’m experiencing a Blog Revolution.  (That’s what happens when part of yourself tries to throw over the … Continue reading

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Smell the wood smoke and fallen leaves

It’s a quiet Thursday.  The wind whispers through leaves still clinging to branches around our house.  When gusts blow, a blizzard of leaves tumble toward the earth. I still have a few photos sitting in the queue, patiently awaiting their turn.  These … Continue reading

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Autumn, Upper Peninsula. Continued.

       

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Lunge..Downward Dog…Sun Salutation…Breathe…

I am lovin’, lovin’, lovin’ the new routine. You couldn’t get me to trade it for all the gold beneath the surface of the earth.  (I don’t think.  If you have a deal, let me know, and I’ll get back … Continue reading

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The quietest Labor Day bridge walk in Michigan

 Hello, everyone.  Just trying to fit a blog in between a busy day of going to town, visiting friends, the first day of my official new work year (school started yesterday and I am shifting  my part-time hours from early morning … Continue reading

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The magic of eagle feathers, amphibians and autumn leaves between Point A and Point B

The computer monitor of my desktop “work computer” has been slowly dying.  It started before our Duluth trip.  Suddenly the words and pictures looked smeary, unreadable. Almost like the viewer badly needed a new pair of glasses. Yesterday–when I noticed I … Continue reading

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Live the questions now…

I am still pondering this August theme of peace and simplicity (announced assuredly and confidently in the first blog of this harvest month.)  Naively, I assumed it would be a breeze, a piece of cake, an easy assignment to contemplate … Continue reading

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The labyrinth to our hidden inner pond

Each of us, in our lifetime, in our own way, seeks our hidden inner pond.  We seek the place deep inside us which is Home.  We seek the deep well of peace, beauty and love.  We seek the Inner Pond … Continue reading

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We had a little problem this morning…

Houston, we had a little problem this morning.  It all started innocently enough.  It all ended well enough.  It was the middle that got a little–well, how shall we say it?–challenged. About a month or two ago, my friend Harold … Continue reading

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