We have been on a journey together for three-and-a-half years. In that time, I finished up this blog as a book (twice!), but then I was reading up on a lynching in Conconully, Washington […]
…on your shoulders. While singing. ~ (Redwing blackbird claiming a new wetland running along a neglected walking trail high above Okanagan Lake.)
Note the grove of firs in the background here, between the Sinlahekin and Okanogan valleys (well, stories) of Washington. If you walk one way, they are the bristly children a toad is carrying […]
Look for the ancestors from the Dreamtime. You’ll have to forget everything you know. And remember everything you are. You’ll have to find your minds in the rock. And move there.Then you […]
Last night, the frost stayed away on this spring-two-weeks-too soon. The apricots are waiting for bees that are too cold to fly. Thanks, everyone, for your prayers. Tonight, though, is April 1, and […]
In this early spring, please say a prayer for all the apricot trees alone in the cold tonight. Thank you.