Monthly Archives: January 2015

If you told me you were fine

I’ve been slacking at my year in sunrises, so here are three days of glorious sunrises.  A friend told me that the winter sunrises here are the most beautiful, and he was definitely right.  There’s something about the quality of … Continue reading

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A different kind of winter

The winter garden for me has long been a time of planning, of hunkering down and dreaming of the spring.  Not so this winter.  This winter, the garden is my livelihood, and we don’t put it to bed for winter … Continue reading

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I dance with my shoes off

I’m curled up in bed with a mug of tea as I write this.  It is the perfect time of year for tea and warm blankets, and today’s weather only made me happy to get home to my boxes of … Continue reading

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For the things I cannot change

I am scared lately of the future and what it holds– I look into it and the darkness looks back.  I feel out of control, like things are slipping through my fingers.  This is one of those times where the … Continue reading

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Grace coming out of the void

I have been meditating on the nature of words as comfort in this season when it seems the most like all my words have been stolen from me.  In this, the darkest part of the year, the newest, like the … Continue reading

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