Snow rests on bushes near my quiet space but I write with ungloved hands.
It's an interesting exercise to walk around our yard in winter months to observe changes. Yesterday, I found this "fish tail" that had fallen from a fish wind chime onto a stone tabletop that sits next to our wood swing. I appreciated the placement of the tail on the stone, the stone's crack, the dried … Continue reading Fish out of water
Western Nebraska, looking south, with temperature in the teens and near-zero wind chill. I appreciate landscapes like this one where land and sky create a horizon that seems to stretch on forever. And the sun, despite the freezing temps, reminds one of its presence.
I walk out my front door and turn left onto this sidewalk. It leads me to my workplace, a mile away. Or, it leads me to the small nearby park at night when I'm when walking my dog. At times the sidewalk requires my labor to clear it of snow or other debris. It's only … Continue reading A path for life