I find myself drawn to what survives apocalypses: spiders, lichen, clouds, ice, thunder. I‘m steadied by the beauty in what little Continue reading
These branching forms are perhaps the first ice formations I noticed, at the lake’s edge in early winter a few Continue reading
Sneak peek of today’s walk. There was exultation (also expletives because the world was too beautiful to keep my hands Continue reading
I was shocked at how few people I saw out given how gorgeous it was: the low golden light, the Continue reading
I walked home from Bachman’s yesterday, two impulse purchase tiny succulents tied up and tucked under my sweaters and vest Continue reading
One of my favorite buildings, one of my favorite trees, some of my favorite light spilling onto both. There’s a Continue reading
Sometimes I like to think about the city we’ll live in, not the one we have right now. We waste Continue reading
When your darning matches the vistas you’re seeing while you’re on a darn(ing) walk.