Tag Archives: Faith

Winter Solstice II

A year ago today I was staying with friends who had taken me in when temperatures in Boone had dropped to overnight lows of 6°F, too cold for the dogs and I to stay warm – or even tepid – … Continue reading

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Follow Your BLIS

I am writing to you from the lovely Vagabond’s House Inn in the charming seaside village of Carmel-by-the-Sea. I am so jazzed to be back on the California coast. The air is clean and cold this morning, and the clouds … Continue reading

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In Transit

Definition of transition (from Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary) 1 –  a: passage from one state, stage, subject, or place to another :  change; b: a movement, development, or evolution from one form, stage, or style to another 2-   a: a musical modulation; b: a … Continue reading

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The Round Earth

I am writing from Puyallup, Washington on the Fourth of July. A friend and sorority sister from college days has basically adopted Connor and Beasley and me, bringing us into her lovely home and spoiling us rotten with comfy bed, … Continue reading

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Rise Up

This is a long one. Sorry. The words totally got away from me. A bit of housekeeping first. I’m aware some folks have not been getting updates, due to the mysterious spacetime continuum weirdness that is apparently part of free … Continue reading

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