Monthly Archives: December 2017

Gratitude, Found

I was asked today To name three things for which I am most grateful. On my list was that, as I age, I am more attuned to the beauty around me. Walking home today past a few old pines, a … Continue reading

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Resettlement: Fractured yet Whole

“Oh, poor old Red Island,” dad would intone in a voice heavy with regret. He’s been gone almost thirty-five years but I can see him now, hunched forward in the old wooden rocking chair, the same one his mother and … Continue reading

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