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The latest from Our Little House in the Big Woods
- I have been eaten by caterpillars & other early September stories
- Rant from the “seat of my pants”
- It’s life and death for them today
- Coming into wholeness
- Dance of illumination in the woods
- Little House, Revisited
- Balance for a troubled heart–staying close to the simple, the ordinary, the real
- Feeling under the weather–for four months now
- How do you celebrate 1,000 blog posts?
Read, read, read…months and months of photos and words…
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Last January, just before I quit blogging for ten months, I wrote a post called “The world’s best journal“. The journal is one of the things that makes me unconditionally happy. To read back over the years and to remember … Continue reading
Thirty-five years ago the bridesmaids wore yellow. A hot yellow sun oven-baked the Methodist church on September 9th, 1978. We sweltered. We sweated. (OK, maybe it rained. Maybe the bridesmaids wore baby blue and maybe we married in the Presbyterian … Continue reading
Welcome to the wedding of our oldest child, Christopher, and his bride, Seunghye. Please come in the Villa Mare and enjoy our celebration. (I am so glad to have you readers with us in spirit. It makes for more rays … Continue reading
You guys don’t believe everything I type in the blog headlines, do you? You really don’t think we played a mean game of croquet at the pre-wedding picnic of our son and his bride in Balboa Park, San Diego, California, … Continue reading
Oh good. I’m glad you didn’t want to see wedding photos yet. You are such good patient readers. Since you’re not impatient for wedding photos from last weekend in San Diego–the wedding ceremony of our son, Christopher, and his bride, … Continue reading
Goodbye, Autumn Leaf. You’re falling from that tree, aren’t you, rushing toward the earth in early October?
I awoke around 3 a.m.-ish and began writing a stream-of-consciousness blog in my mind. “Be quiet,” I hissed to my errant blogger self and rolled over sixteen times. The middle-of-the-night blogger continued to offer suggestions. “There is nothing to say!” … Continue reading