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Pink and White Petals

Though sparse, the magnolia blooms in the front yard are still spectacular. An old tree that has seen its share of storms, wind, wildlife making their homes in the trunks and on the leaves and boughs, and using it to polish … Continue reading

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“The Safety Net I’ve Been Tangled In” Reflections of a Labyrinth Walker

“I wrote “The safety net I’ve been tangled in” on my tag, and focused on letting go, trusting that I can give the line some slack, and still be safe.  Thoughts that came to mind were irony that something meant … Continue reading

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New Year’s Day 2013

Last night the Sousa children and their folks walked the 1080 Laughing Labyrinth after the Fiscal Cliff Party.  To watch them in the dark – little figures interspersed  with taller figures – was delightful!  I could hear little squeals as … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice 2012

Clear. Crisp. Alpine glow just touching the tops of trees.  Still.  Snow clinging to trees, shrubs, wires.  The encrusted bell sounded a dull thunk, until I brushed off the snow, then a hollow gong.  Sort of how I felt initially.  … Continue reading

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The labyrinth called so I went.  Partway through, I looked across the yard to the house shining in the sun, with the light shadows of the maple cast upon the western edge of the roof.  And, I was grateful:  For … Continue reading

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