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Oh how the months speed by…
The latest from Our Little House in the Big Woods
- Shhhh, just breathe it in, my dears
- Primitive, prehistoric, bygone, lost, irrevocable, lapsed, expired, run out, ended, finished
- Gifts of root and wing
- Friday morning psalm of your grandma’s gingerbread cake and sweet Joe-Pye Weed
- Birthday seashells and blessings (like friends, electricity and raspberry crumble)
- When the brakes fail…and you buy a new car…
- What will count on your deathbed?
- Abduction, Siege, Stroke–and the magic of perspective
- Mouse, grudges, virus, sirens and baby robins
- One year memories of Positano, Italy wedding
Read, read, read…months and months of photos and words…
The times folks have paused along Lake Superior Spirit's shores since 2010
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Tag Archives: storms
Storms sweep around, between and through us all the time. Nature sometimes delivers with a vengeance, doesn’t she? Viruses, bacteria, parasites, cancer, heart attacks, tornados, fires, hurricanes. Storms sweep through our lives, often arriving unexpectedly, tearing up trees, homes, emotions. … Continue reading
We’re expecting a snowstorm this afternoon, kids. I peer at the radar loop and see a swirling blue mass approaching. I shared the approaching snow storm with our daughter in New York City. “Yes,” she said. “It’s Caesar.” Caesar? What … Continue reading
We’re having another poofadillo right now. You know about poofadillos, don’t you? It’s when unexpected thunderstorms bear down. Poofadillos come from nowhere. One minute it’s sunny; the next minute rain and wind. I coined the term “poofadillo” last spring. “What’s … Continue reading
Except for those ten minutes cowering in the bathroom at 1:45 a.m., we’re having a swell time in Georgia.
Except for a few moments last night, we’re enjoying our visit with Barry’s parents near Athens, Georgia. To be exact, we’re staying in a locale called Watkinsville. His folks moved to Georgia from northern Michigan (not the Upper Peninsula–the north part … Continue reading