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Speak

Beltane and the Corona Lunacy II Wednesday gratefuls: The steer that gave his life for our ribeye. The potato, long underground, now eaten. Sweet corn. Mushrooms. Garlic. And, the helpers, butter, Tony’s prime rib rub. Seoah’s cleaning. Kate’s bowl hot pads. More sewing by her. A Red Flag Warning day. Second in a row. Heightened […]

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Slouching No More

Beltane and Corona Lunacy II Sunday gratefuls: Anxiety, in good proportion it keeps me aware, alert. Kate’s string of good days. No more feedbag leakage. Much, much less stoma leakage. Sewing. She made five bowl hot pads yesterday. Track light fixtures that I can’t open. A search today. Seoah’s desire to see Joe. Another cool […]

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Now and Not Yet

Spring and Corona Lunacy II Saturday gratefuls: Zoom, bytes into friends and family. Cool air. Kep and Rigel letting me sleep. Seoah’s pork and sweet potato noodles. Reorganizing the loft. Echoes of Peace. The Last Kingdom, Bernard Cornwall’s novels into TV, a real game of thrones. History. Mitochondrial Eve. Out of Africa, my DNA clan […]

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A Pagan’s Way

Spring and the Corona Luna Wednesday gratefuls: Ed Smith. His hands. Kate’s new feeding tube. Getting there on the leaks. Slowly. Glacially. But, getting there. Seoah’s concern, love for Kate. Her helpfulness. Rigel and Kep, always. Masks. Gloves. Those who hope the coronavirus will lead us to rethink society. Among them me. Mountain Waste Removal. […]

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God Doesn’t Need to Come Down to a Mountain

Spring and the Corona Luna Tuesday gratefuls: “This is my second home,” Seoah on a call to Joe last night. 2 degrees with snow continuing. The Happy Camper. THC for night. Mark, our mail carrier. The chicken that died for our supper. The soil that nurtured the potatoes and the carrots. Oxygen at night. Bandages […]

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Gone Viral

Spring and the full Corona Luna Thursday gratefuls: Brenton and his obvious joy with Murdoch. Seoah and Joe, who appreciate him, too. Murdoch in a safe and happy place. Students in the Radical Judaism class at Kabbalah Experience. The full Corona Luna above the peak of Black Mountain, visible now, illuminating the still snow covered […]

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Still Absorbing

Imbolc and the Leap Year Moon Saturday gratefuls: Chill air. Blue sky. A light covering of snow. Seoah’s meal last night, her version of scalloped potatoes. The coronavirus and its ability to make us reevaluate what’s important. Gov. Polis and his response here in Colorado. Health care workers: cleaners, docs, nurses, p.a.’s, receptionists, all of […]

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13.8 Billion Years

Imbolc and the 1% crescent of the Shadow Mountain Moon Sunday gratefuls: Family. All of’em. Snow. Kep. Rigel. Murdoch. Gertie in memory. Roast chicken. Tater tots. Caesar salad. Water. As snow. As Maxwell Creek. As ice. As from our well. As in Lake Superior and the wide Pacific. Oxygen. Rocky Mountain high. All the dinosaurs […]

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Downsize?

Winter and the Future Moon Monday gratefuls: Ruth and Jon skiing. Gabe peeling potatoes. Kate getting Murdoch upstairs. The picker at King Sooper. Having Sunday free of workout. Cleaning off my table. Organizing and preserving my paintings. Kate paying the bills. Ruth. Murdoch. My paintings. Whoa. Like my novels and my blog. I’ve done, I […]

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A Holiday Week

Samain and the Fallow Moon Monday gratefuls: the folks at Weather5280, Ted the snowplower, our mail guy, Greg, our Denver Post most of the time delivery person, the UPS and Fedex drivers who deliver our packages. A small web of people who help us in this isolated, yet hyper connected age. Yesterday I got up […]

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