Tag Archives: Pennsylvania

From the Road – 2/12 to 3/12/2015

Like every other person’s before and after mine, my life is a complex mess of zigzagged paths of moments, shimmering and reverberating against each other like currents in the live wires that vector the landscape along the many highways I’m always driving. The magnitude and direction of each point in my life trails and webs together with […]

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Community

One of the most important things to me is community – having one and being a part of one – resting in that place where you know everyone and are known yourself, strengths, flaws, and all. In New Mexico, the years I spent in Grants and San Fidel – working at the school, as a […]

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My Lady’s House

There is light in my lady’s house . . . She and our lovable Grape reside in a homey boghouse, newly cozy, where the crackling woodstove dries out the drips and damp brought in from walks in the soggy yard and rain days along the creek. From the middle of the living room, the hungry, iron mouth chomps […]

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On New Year’s Day – 2015

. . . YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH After a raucous night – replete with headlamped cobbler gobblers and clean-shaven imps sitting down for silent “real talk” on the sleepy sofa by the woodstove at 4am – all was quiet on New Year’s Day. Later, apoop of a breakfast of well-traveled city bagels, we re-rooted into couches with mugs full of […]

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New Year’s Eve – 2014

For the life of me, I can’t seem to think of anything astute or compelling, tidy or encapsulating, to say about the twelve quick months that made up 2014. It happened. It was a big year. We kissed and it knocked me about and then I turned 30 and we hugged and it was over. As […]

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