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I love these daffodils. Growing in my yard. In Spring. I love them every year, perhaps for the way they awaken a sense of life in me. Little tending required. Much life offered. Oh, I’m so glad for these to balance the day’s virus news.
I found out last week that the platform that holds my current website will be… Continue reading
If you haven’t found Katharine Weinmann’s blog yet, I’m sure enjoying it. I know Katharine from years of work with The Circle Way. We were on the board together for years, often finding insight, wonder, and sometimes grief together. She also lives in my home town of Edmonton, Alberta — though I didn’t know here when I lived there. … Continue reading
As I find myself sharing a lot these days, the limit to connection in online formats isn’t typically technical. The core invitation online is as it is in face-to-face gatherings — presence. The articles below are… Continue reading
Thanks to friend, David Jenkins for recently sending this poem below. Jan Richardson, the author, is an artist, writer, and minister in the United Methodist Church. It is from her book, The Cure for Sorrow.
I post the poem here for any of us, that in addition to helping amidst CoVid on the external, are also leaning further in… Continue reading