It is almost inconceivable to my limited mind how many snowflakes it took to whiten our world yesterday morning. This weekend, there will be far more snow (alas, it will be too cold to stick to the trees and create… (READ MORE)
This is the view from the corridor just outside my office door. On the left is the Tax Court. On the right, is the homeless shelter where Mitch Snyder, advocate for the homeless, committed suicide. In between, the highway emerges… (READ MORE)
We had fun watching it get snowier and snowier between my two Willow Street classes (delightful how many came despite the weather), but it sure was cold on the way home.
I went on a long walk, thinking about happiness, liberty, justice, and fairness. To see some of what I witnessed during this contemplation, click here.
I walked into the dining room yesterday and caught a hint of an exquisitely sweet fragrance. I knew the paperwhite bulb I was forcing was only in bud. What was it? I went to look and saw that there was… (READ MORE)
A treasured friend and respected colleague who left her body late last week was buried this morning. The work year started, then, with some colleagues and I leaving the office for a portion of the middle of the day to… (READ MORE)
Marveling at the amazing diversity of being and wildness of the human creative spirit. See some evidence here.
How wonderful to be given a day to stay warm indoors with the lights of the solstice tree dancing.