Spring Awakening

The sun outside my window is traversing to its spring position.  As we pass the Spring Equinox, additional light in the morning and evening prevails.  Birds begin to warble louder and more persistent.  Peepers join their chorus. Soon, others who return from their winter locales, will lend their voices to the awakening season. pay heed Read More …

These hours before dawn

We inch ever so lightly toward the new year.  With Christmas behind me, my thoughts turn to those special moments just lived during the holidays and the joys shared with my “pod”, a strange word that has become a part of our vernacular in these times and is used to signify those we share our Read More …

New Outlooks

As September ended, a chilled zephyr arrived, albeit a bit early.  But as with all transitions, we adjust.  So for now, as I write these words, I have returned inside to my studio; now just dreaming of the summer sunshine on my face and soul. offering…tea leaves conveywhat I can not The birds and their Read More …

Envisioning a Different Way

August has been a brutal here in the northeast with record-breaking heat; a drought; an early tropical storm for which we received little rain; and, of course, the on-going COVID-19 pandemic.  Not sure, if anyone could have predicted all this. 2020no one had a clear visionof what was to come And yet, as we struggle Read More …

Arrival of First Light

The garden is flush with new bounty – flowers, vegetables, herbs – and the visitors that come with late Spring – a kaleidoscope of butterflies, songbirds, hummingbirds, and dragonflies. Still, I await the arrival of fireflies.  Little “light fairies” that bring wonderment in the darkness illuminating micro bits of the night’s domain.  I hadn’t noticed Read More …