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- Dust, Snow, Views. 3 months ago Kilimanjaro rears her snow-white head right behind where I live. She’s so close that on clear dawns or storm swept evenings that leave the sky clear of cloud and dust, I imagine that I could reach out and touch her. But mostly she is elusive. Mostly she wraps up coy soon after sunup and stays...
- Silver Linings 4 months ago Already the year is racing by. I write. But I do not write enough. Not here. I don’t write enough here. Here in this invisible space where I can write what I want to write, how I want to write. There need be no message, no Expert Input to validate my opinion, no […]
- Unpacking Piece by Peace 5 months ago So there. Moved. The house is done. I trip on snags all the time. Two days ago the water heater blew up. A hiss. And then a massive pop. Bang goes hot water. Now I bathe in a bucket, tossing warm water over my head with a mug. The power is faint and intermittent: a […]
- On Learning 7 months ago For a moment it was imperative to become invisible. Which seems incongruous: aren’t I invisible anyway. A writer in the ether, describing her life under an alias. Not invisible enough. A piece I wrote for a large national went toxic. Viral. Trolls mauled it. I didn’t read a single one of the 5...
- Listening to Words 7 months ago I start my MA next week. I am beside myself with delicious anticipation. Ant does not understand my excitement, ‘I don’t get it’, he says, ‘poring over books’. But he is a Numbers man. And I am a Letters girl. This feels like a luxurious excuse to indulge in words. To roll them...
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18:08 PM November 12, 2014
Excellent writing. You are teaching us and sharing your world and thoughts, thank you. Teaching is a wonderful calling. Jesus taught people in His parables. It is wonderful your daughter has chosen to teach, she will bless people and it will return to bless her.