As some of you know, I am back in graduate school after a twenty-five year hiatus. Over the winter break, I decided to take a mini-course in Digital Storytelling. My blogging has been pretty spotty since I returned to school in August, … Continue reading →
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On Awaiting the Arrival of My Sister’s Child I think of you with wonder and with envy– a delicate bud rich with the fragrant scent of life I think of you, a delicate bud as yet untainted by a heavy air, and … Continue reading →
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Last Friday evening, I hid in my bedroom–hid from children, husband, and housework. I was watching an episode of a series my sister sent us, when I noticed the light coming in the windows was very odd. We had had … Continue reading →
snows beauty gone for those lost–those preparing three untimely graves
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