Category Archives: Literature

No More Checking on the Idiot

Imbolc and the waning Wolf Moon Friday gratefuls: Kate. Scott. Bill’s tough assignment for Sunday morning. Seeing into ourselves. And talking about it. Biden. Better than expected. He’s got momentum. And, public opinion. 45 fading out. His impeachment. Colder weather … Continue reading

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Still here. Still ok.

Winter and the beautiful waning crescent of the Moon of the New Year Ordinary time. Is there any such thing right now? Saturday gratefuls: Kate. A good night’s sleep. For both of us. Much needed. Rigel keeping me warm. Kep … Continue reading

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Off With His Head (no. not him.)

Samain and the Moon of the New Year Thursday gratefuls: Scooter’s Barbecue. Brisket and ribs and cornbread and beans. Feeling better. Murdoch, Joe, and Seoah. Together in January. Rigel, sleeping late. 34 days! Ruth’s new haircut. Gabe’s metal detector. Ruth’s … Continue reading

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Building a Pier

Samain and the waning crescent of the Moon of Radical Change Saturday gratefuls: Romertopf clay cookers. The chicken who gave its life for our meal. The root vegetables in it, too: potatoes, carrots, leeks, garlic. The snow, may it keep … Continue reading

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