Autumn’s Perennial Gift To Us All

There is a fierce wind blowing outside, howling and whistling through the paper-thin lines of space here and there, making music out of something I cannot see. Our lawn is coated with the remnants of autumn, a patchwork quilt of dying hues that shift in shape by that same, invisible wind. It is a scene … Continue reading Autumn’s Perennial Gift To Us All

Contradiction: The First Days of November

photo: rus vanwestervelt, october 29, 2011, glyndon, md The snow last weekend that just barely touched us in Baltimore but devastated the New England region was the best and most timely contradiction for me in all ways. Yesterday, over at Maryland Voices, our True Tuesdays prompt focused on Contradiction and the opportunities we are suddenly … Continue reading Contradiction: The First Days of November