Monthly Archives: January 2014

Shade and Sunshine

“Love is sunshine, hate is shadow, Life is checkered shade and sunshine.” ―Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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The Walk before The Walk

Amused, I followed the paralleling deer tracks in the Laughing Labyrinth.  They, too must be on a mission.  Indeed, a food mission for the tracks dual split off   a third of the way around the Labyrinth.  Headed to the neighbor’s … Continue reading

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Sublime Visit to Prairiewoods

The only 30 minutes of sun all day found me at Prairiewoods Spirituality Center picking up the canvas labyrinth for Sunday’s New Bo Books, CSPS and Winding Pathways collaborative program. Then, I drove back to the Hermitages and walked to … Continue reading

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Etchings In the Snow

What an enchanting, albeit cold, day in the Laughing Labyrinth!  I am always sad looking out and seeing no fresh footprints there, so out I went, and am I glad I did!  The etchings on the snow caused by wind … Continue reading

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Reflections by Karie Tegeler

A great honor to print reflections by spiritual seeker, Karie Tegeler.  She has participated in the labyrinth workshops at Indian Creek Nature Center and walked a number of labyrinths in the Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She refers especially to The Prairie … Continue reading

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