Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Solstice Itself

TWENTY-EIGHT Luckily, on the evening preceeding  the early morning eclipse, my snow tires arrived.  These would bring me confidence to leave by car.  I had figured out that I couldn’t miss attempting MaesHowe and was planning on walking down the hill to a taxi, but the tires were on and the garage owner who drove Read the Rest…

The Solstice

TWENTY-SIX It is like finding the great picture just beside your door.  I don’t have to move from this space.  I can stay wrapped up tightly inside watching the reflections on the window. I can sing harmony to the wind whizzing down the chimney.  I can stare out yonder and watch the white of the Read the Rest…

Extreme Melting and Rainbows

I know that these pieces I am posting are in the past.  I have actually written up to 33 portions of this blog, but like to look over them before posting and even then, I could edit them more.  Just want you to know that I do wish any readers a very HAPPY HOLIDAY.  Mine Read the Rest…

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