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OSO MUCH LOVE – REPOSTED Because Oso Still Matters

It is important to remember Oso as a vibrant place, not as a disaster zone. The community was, and is, a tightly knit family of caring, generous people. People chose to live there for a reason — because it was beautiful and it remains so. It has shown its heart through tragedy and it continues to rise above the mud.

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The Sorrow of Bees

What I still find myself wondering–obsessing over really—is this: how did she make her peace with letting go of all of that in such a short amount of time? Would I have been able to do the same?

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Ascent Magazine publishes photo and short essay

Ascent, the literary magazine of Concordia College, recently asked to publish a photo I took while on a walk in a neighborhood park.  Please visit their beautiful site  HERE .  Click on my … Continue reading

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Fuck Yeah!

I was so used to an attitude of scarcity that I couldn’t see the rich choices I had. India was what was available so I said yes, thinking it was my only option. I hadn’t even considered what else I could do. Or, what I really wanted to do.

January 15, 2015 · 2 Comments

A Disturbing Day

Please take a moment to read this powerful blog post by my friend Karen Hugg A Disturbing Day.

January 8, 2015 · Leave a comment

Listening for Words

Writing is a twisting trail through rough terrain, and I try to be open to the unexpected places the journey can take me. Truth revealed in words is often discovered in tucked away corners, a shifty thing that doesn’t unveil itself easily.”

November 25, 2014 · 1 Comment

MPHS is MY School

This is not a story I ever thought I would have to write. One week ago, on Friday, October 24,2014, a fourteen year old boy asked his two male cousins … Continue reading

October 28, 2014 · 37 Comments

Drombeg – The First Stone

I’d never really thought of myself as the fairy sort, but there was no denying the little creatures of light that flitted in front of me. Gold and silver, all … Continue reading

October 28, 2014 · Leave a comment

Culture Shock

Since I’ve been home from Ireland, people have often asked me about “culture shock”. Nearly half a lifetime ago,  I wandered through remote parts of Mexico and Guatemala where everything from … Continue reading

October 14, 2014 · 3 Comments

Finding Home Far Away

I reached into my pants pocket today and pulled out a small, hard chunk of earth  flecked with grass. The pants had just been washed but the pocket was still … Continue reading

October 7, 2014 · 1 Comment
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