journal.

a day in these days.


    frenetic -- late 14c., from Old French frenetike, from Latin phreneticus, "delirious," alteration of Greek phrenitikos, from phrenitis, "frenzy," literally "inflammation of the brain." * i move slowly these days. not for any reason other than to remain mindful and grounded. multi-tasking and juggling too many thoughts just ain't productive for this gal.…

this day.


here we are, on a journey. at first i thought it would simply be a rollee home trip, a long drive to there and back, but i am finding that this is a longhaul search for what pleases my soul. i have been reading “the body keeps the score” (as…

yeah.


      this past holiday season i was gifted with a cup on which is the poem we are in no hurry.  this is rather the theme of my life these days. i sleep when sleep comes, i dress for pleasing my soul, i snowshoe in the evenings as…

friday afternoon book club.


  so. there we were. three of us. sitting in a sunlit room at sutton public library. we discussed this month's book club selection and then turned the crosstalk to other books we are reading, and important subjects, like, spring seed catalogues, and, growing dahlias, and, are mice native to alaska? you know, quite important discussion-worthy…