All posts filed under: Winter

Third Winter

I spent Easter in Tucson, Arizona with family.  It was a blessing, being surrounded by family, but also bitter-sweet. My grandmother, 94 years old, is dying.  Her liver and lungs have been infested with cancer and she’s on oxygen, fading, her spirit entering sacred space, […]

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Flying together

Another gray morning, another quiet walk with my dog.  I notice my chin is often down, my eyes on the ground, and my brain thinking, wondering, dreaming. I often look up, to see bare trees, standing silent over me, naked arms.  In winter they drop […]

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Breaking together

Winter in Montana is challenging, especially this winter.  The skies become grey, the temperature drops, and the snow begins to fall, and fall, and fall.  There is more silence and solitude during winter. Winter pulls at my soul, I pull at my self.  As the […]

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