Category Archives: Winter

Blizzard in the Labyrinth

Snow pellets stung like needles as the wind hurled the early spring blizzard at us.  Thirty-five mile an hour winds and temperatures hovering in the low 30s – not cold yet dangerous because of the ice it forms on roads, … Continue reading

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New Year’s Eve 2017

  We have a lot on our minds as 2017 fades and we look into 2018 with trepidation and hope and realism.  Today’s service at Peoples Church Unitarian Universalist was inspiring, meaningful and funny.   Kathleen Mavity and Jude Johnson guided … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice Walk on the Prairie Labyrinth

“O’er all the weary world” awoke me on this grey morning and the lead for the walk materialized. I was happy and excited about the day and knew we would have a fair number of participants in spite of the … Continue reading

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Study in Shades of Grey, White, and Tan

A balmy day by all standards this autumn.  Is it still autumn?  Seems to fall slowly.  In a week we will officially be “winter.”  I invite all comers to join me at Indian Creek Nature Center on December 21st at … Continue reading

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Winter Textures

The Laughing Labyrinth is very happy to show off the assortment of winter weed textures and shapes in the ever deepening snow.  Me? Not so much, but the day has been spectacular with light and shadow as the sun moved … Continue reading

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Snowy Reminder

Pushing snow along the path.  Invigorating!  So fun to be back in the Laughing Labyrinth – to reflect, enjoy, anticipate. The wide shovel slid easily under the thin layer of fluffy snow. So, I got to look at the wild … Continue reading

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Grounded

How I missed the option to walk the Labyrinth physically, and yet was grateful to have the option to study it and be with it from the upstairs window.  But, now, with Dick Garberson plowing the rim of the drive, … Continue reading

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