Today is a quiet day. I’m working on an article that’s really important to me. I thought I had more time until deadline, but turns out I don’t. I think the Buddha said something like: The problem is, you think you have more time. Oh yeah; I can relate. Many of us can, in many … More Time, Time, Time: Quiet Walkabout
Hi there, it’s been a while. I feel like my blog posts get fewer and further between. I don’t like that! I enjoy blogging, sharing my little part of the world. I also enjoy reading blogs. Luckily, I have been mostly keeping up with that. I don’t like to speed through the blogs I follow, … More Mushrooms, Deadlines, and Other Facts of Life
April is National Poetry Month. … More Mary Oliver: How I Go to the Woods
I was walking on the trail yesterday, when something leaping through the woods startled me. That something was this small fawn! She was prancing joyfully with no care in the world. Her mother was standing nearby watching me watching her baby. Intently watching me. I couldn’t help but wonder if this tiny, beautiful, perfectly-spotted being … More The Fawn: Nature as Cathedral
Wordless Wednesday down at the lake… All photographs taken by me at Lake Pine, Apex NC. June 2017. Please enjoy, visit, support, and care for our local, county, state, and national parks.
I’ve been feeling a little meh lately. An uninspired, unenthused feeling has settled in my body. I’m not depressed or frustrated. (OK, I am a little frustrated.) I’m just not feeling like myself. I could blame the recent elections, the state of the world, the visceral contempt that is so prevalent on our streets, … More Stuck In The Mud: Nature as Motivator