A Sound Like a Vast Breath (Happy Birthday Virginia Woolf!)

To celebrate Virginia Woolf’s birthday today, I thought I would write about something she and I both have a strong affinity for–the natural world. In 2014, I wrote my Master’s thesis on The Bloomsbury Group and their connection with nature, more specifically the important role that nature played in their art and literature. I visited England … More A Sound Like a Vast Breath (Happy Birthday Virginia Woolf!)

Virginia Woolf Goes Global at the Women’s March

This is a great post from Blogging Woolf. Virginia was spotted in the crowd at the Women’s March in Washington, DC. Of course, she would be there, protofeminist that she was. I think we know what she would have thought about this election. Thanks, Paula Maggio @woolfwriter, for this excellent, important, fun post! Photo credit: … More Virginia Woolf Goes Global at the Women’s March

Angels Among Us

Angels Among Us        It’s been a rough couple of months for my family. I haven’t been able to write about it in detail and share it yet, but I will. My husband’s only brother, Pete, was involved in a fatal motorcycle accident right after Thanksgiving. It shook our family’s foundation, as these … More Angels Among Us

This View

This View Looking up the hill. I never tire of this view; this tree; this silhouette. These colorful clouds are a bonus. I always thought I’d have to travel far, far away to experience the wonder and beauty of this world. Now that I’m almost fifty years old, I’m realizing the most beautiful place on … More This View

Reflection

Reflection Each day, each walk, she’s always there. Waiting; I’d like to think for me. But who can know? I feed her green mosses and pond-grasses. She takes them from my hand. Unafraid. Aware. Last week she bit my finger. I must remember to not take it personally. After all, she is nature. And so … More Reflection