Monthly Archives: September 2013

Walkin’ With The Sunflowers

The gigantic six-foot Maximillian sunflowers were just reaching out for me – waiting patiently to embrace me. The whole while they had a sunny face, saying “Come, let me love you.”

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“Shenpa” to Sensibility

Rough notes from 5:00 a.m. Laughing Labyrinth walk. Really pulled into “shenpa” by listening to students’ excuses, tracking them down, nudging them along, treating them like adults and then being disappointed by their lack of follow through. Getting too wrapped … Continue reading

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Visitor or Pilgrim? That Is the Question

At this juncture, seen at the left, I felt lost.  Curious, because I could have just stepped across the divide and walked as I chose, but I wanted to “follow the path”;  Not because I had to but because I … Continue reading

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Turn Toward Autumn

Even with the extreme heat, August is a “turn toward Autumn”. Natalie Babbitt’s intriguing and compelling story, Tuck Everlasting, begins “The first week of August hangs at the very top of summer, like the top of the live-long year, like … Continue reading

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