My husband, often referred to as The Man, tends to get thoughtful gifts for me. They are the things I either truly want or need but would not get for myself for some reason. In that vein, one of my Christmas gifts this year was A Year With Rumi – Daily Readings by Coleman Barks. If you’re unfamiliar with Rumi, he… Read More
Quiet after stormy cries Resting tiny limbs on mine Relief for me, I can quell distress Relief for him, feeling tenderness I take a quick peek Eyelids closing slow Just one minute more… But mama, she knows It’s time for baby boy to sleep Delay too long Sweet boy will weep Settled now in sweet surrender… Read More
It’s been a minute since I’ve written any haiku…but I’ve got new inspiration and a few hours of sleep under my belt so here you go…one of my favorite sounds to hear…grateful that I’ve had the pleasure of hearing this twice in my life.
Legs, arms or elbows? Subtle, strong and in between Stretching, exploring. To me, it’s the best part of pregnancy.
One of the things I love to see is a successful outcome to scientific exploration. The information coming back from the New Horizons is breathtaking in more ways than one. Check out the photos at the image gallery HERE on NASA’s website. There aren’t many as the nifty machine is still processing data and the smart folk at NASA… Read More
Something about the holiday seems to inspire me to write haiku… I think it must be the onslaught of sensory information. So here’s another little poem for you-hope you had a great 4th if you’re in a place that celebrates… And just a good Saturday if you’re not!