Monthly Archives: November 2016

When Words Fail

Labyrinths help when words fail. This year’s election chaos and numbing November leave many dispirited. ¬†So, the opportunities to walk a labyrinth seem to help folks ground, center and keep breathing – ease, grace, joy, empowerment. How gratifying when I … Continue reading

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Trimming Fall Seeds and Attitudes

The 1080 Laughing Labyrinth felt overwhelming this summer as the aggressive prairie grasses dominated over the more sublime domestic and native forbs. ¬†Little mums hardly poked through the tangle. Daisies cowered under the intrusive tall grass. The sublime Bleeding Hearts … Continue reading

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