It was finally cool enough yesterday morning for me to go outside for a run. It has been many days since the overnight temperature has dipped below 75 for more than 10 minutes. It has been many months since I’ve gone for a proper run. When I do run, I listen to music, usually to songs in my iTunes library,… Read More
Archives for September 2014
A heathered sky forms after heated days, teasing of essential rain drops.
Rolling heel to toe, feet connecting to the Earth’s energy field.
When I was younger and my Grandma Marilyn was still around, I used to marvel at her ability to make a sweet treat last for days, weeks, maybe even longer. She’d take little bites and then put the rest in the fridge – I used to think this meant she was overly regimented (okay, I still think that mostly)…but as… Read More
Dearest daughter of mine, I know you were angry with me yesterday when you couldn’t have one extra minute to play with your playground love. Not another hug or another kiss on the cheek. Not one more. We had to go, and you had already negotiated extra minutes with the object of your affection. You stomped your feet, rolled around… Read More
In case you weren’t aware (perhaps you live under that rock that so many legislators seem to also live under these days), teachers often work late, either staying after hours for extra-curricular offerings for their students, to re-mediate students who need it, or to catch up on the never-ending piles of grading. I’m not sure where the “teacher as resource-sucker”… Read More