Well, we finally did it. After spending the past six months being entirely consumed with repairing, remodeling, and listing our homestead, we finally closed on the sale of Moose Poop Acres (though I highly doubt the new owners will keep the moniker) and brought our lives back to the east coast. I am acutely aware…Read more »
This topic seems appropriate to me as we immerse ourselves in all things autumnal. The harvest time, the time when the breakneck pace of summer finally ends and we can once again take a moment to breathe and reflect. It’s also appropriate because I’ve gotten caught up in ephemeral things here lately and found it…Read more »
I finally got on the mat today – showed up for a noon hot yoga class at my favorite studio. It was the first time in months. (The first time since June 18, to be precise. I checked.) Life has been busy. On June 15 of this year, after a few weeks of discussion (accompanied…Read more »
Last month, our family flew cross-country to join my husband’s family for a reunion-of-sorts on Sanibel Island. (We realized afterwards that our trek was very nearly the longest possible travel that could be undertaken within the contiguous United States – we live out west, and all the way north close to Canada, Sanibel is in…Read more »
Lately it seems every time I start a blog post, I’m immediately apologizing for how long it’s been since the last one. I started this blog as an outlet, as a way of connecting with a virtual audience in my post-Facebook (previous post: Life after Facebook), remote-living existence. But I’ve struggled with finding a consistent…Read more »
(This post is dedicated to my Former-Stepmother-Turned-Bosom-Buddy Beth who parties like a rock star with her Mardi Gras Krewe every year and is basically the coolest person I know.) I don’t go to Mardi Gras. Though probably someday I will. But I do live in a house filled with beads, where somebody is always yelling…Read more »
Winter is slowly Unwinding, icy tendrils, My heart drips with hope. Greedily I breathe Sweet air – fills cavernous lungs, Blows cobwebs away.