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Beginner's Heart

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to everything, there is a season

  My DIL is packing for the trip early tomorow morning that will put her, my son, and my beloved grandson on a plane back ‘home’ to Blacksburg. The idyllic days I’ve spent tickling, hugging, feeding, holding, and inhaling my […]

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goodbye Kali

Even a year ago she still ate. Not so much lately. Her fur — once sleek as a seal’s — is dull. I haven’t seen her groom herself in years. My petting does that, bringing up clouds of silvery fur. […]

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farewells, and a goodbye belief

I’m not good at goodbye. Nor farewell, nor see ya later. Nor any kind of leave-taking. HATE them. Too many moves as a kid. Too many folks I’ll never see again. Buddhism is the ultimate goodbye belief. You know: the […]

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when paths part: a contemplation on beginner’s heart ~

One of my students just unfriended me on Facebook. First, however, she sent me a lengthy email, hurt & angry that my posts reflect poorly on her political party, and her political hero. I fully accept responsibility there — as […]

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reward, benefits, and roses
This is what I'm focusing on right now. NOT my aching back (from weeding all yesterday morning.) NOT the front beds, still to be done. NOT the sad meeting ...

posted 4:34:22pm May. 05, 2015 | read full post »

talking, listening, and pretending to engage
Yesterday I spent far more time than I'm comfortable confessing on the FB wall of a colleague (& friend). It was a discussion (as many are these days) ...

posted 5:05:32pm May. 04, 2015 | read full post »

planting my own Farmer's Market
Like I do most Saturdays, I spent the early morning hours yesterday at the Farmer's Market. The gay profusion in my driver's seat is two bouquets (one ...

posted 12:26:51pm May. 03, 2015 | read full post »

bees, and the persistence of hope
The bee house is up! As a beekeep wannabe from waaaay back (decades -- really), I can't begin to say how happy I am. My beloved bought me a native bee ...

posted 6:19:43pm Apr. 30, 2015 | read full post »

passion vs anger, and poetry to bank the wrong fires
While I'm passionate about many things (politics, tea, food, books, poetry...), I usually only get really angry about a few things. The main one is mean ...

posted 9:18:10pm Apr. 29, 2015 | read full post »

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