Tag Archives: Hope

On the Move Again

I’m so grateful to all of you for sticking around for “the rest of the journey” and want to say, “Welcome!” to those of you who are newly joining us. It’s been quite the ride, I can assure you, and … 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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Crossing Over

I crossed the Mississippi River yesterday, Iowa behind me, Illinois ahead of me. The river, slate gray and stunningly wide, spilled its banks. To one side of the interstate, water flooded back yards and fields. To the other side, the … 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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The Turning

I am writing this post from a small sweet campground just south of Olympia, Washington. Last night I heard coyotes singing, and this morning a rooster shouted insistently to say it was time to get up. Tall cedars and hardwoods … Continue reading

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