Category Archives: Great Work

Be You. Home.

Samain and the Full Thanksgiving Moon Sunday gratefuls: The Full Thanksgiving Moon, which traveled west over the course of the night. Mary’s calendar of Joe and Seoah’s time in Singapore. Her seeing them off at Changi on their way to … Continue reading

Posted in Anoka County, Colorado, Family, Friends, Great Wheel, Great Work, Jefferson County, Memories, Minnesota, Mountains, Original Relation, Our Land and Home, Quotes, Shadow Mountain, The Move, The West, Third Phase, Travel, US History | Leave a comment

Oh, Death

  Samain and the Moon of Thanksgiving Monday gratefuls: The Ancient Ones riff on Thanksgiving and thanksgiving. The animal that gave its life for our carne asada. The potatoes and the carrots. Root vegetables. Garlic, too. Walt Whitman. When Lilacs … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Anoka County, Art and Culture, Asia, Bees, Beyond the Boundaries, Commentary on Religion, Dogs, Family, Friends, Great Wheel, Great Work, Health, Humanities, Jefferson County, Memories, Minnesota, Mountains, Myth and Story, Original Relation, Our Land and Home, Plants, Poetry, Politics, Shadow Mountain, Third Phase, Writing | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Art and Culture, Asia, Commentary on Religion, Feelings, Great Wheel, Great Work, Judaism, Letters, Literature, Myth and Story, Original Relation, Reimagine. Reconstruct. Reenchant., US History, Writing | Leave a comment

Bloody Sun

Lughnasa and the Labor Day Moon Tuesday and Wednesday gratefuls: Kate’s DEXA scan for bone density. Ruby’s a.c. for the drive. Euphoria on HBO. Ruth’s new favorite show. Rigel’s improving appetite. Amber. Mountain Waste. The blood red morning Sun. Teenagers. … Continue reading

Posted in Colorado, Denver, Family, Great Wheel, Great Work, Jefferson County, Minnesota, Mountains, Our Land and Home, Park County, Plants, Shadow Mountain, The Move, US History, Weather +Climate | Leave a comment

Who. Are. You?

Lughnasa and the Lughansa Moon Saturday gratefuls: Yet more rain. Cool nights and mornings. A not so bad day for Kate. Derek. Shrimp and gnocchi. Re-reading Jennie’s Dead. Urge to paint coming back. Tom and his focus for our Sunday … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Anoka County, Art and Culture, Asia, Bees, Beyond the Boundaries, Colorado, Commentary on Religion, Commentary on the news, Coronavirus, Denver, Dogs, Faith and Spirituality, Family, Feelings, Friends, Garden, GeekWorld, Great Wheel, Great Work, Health, Humanities, Jefferson County, Judaism, Latin, Literature, Media, Memories, Minnesota, MOOCS, Mountains, Music, Myth and Story, Original Relation, Our Land and Home, Painting, permaculture, Plants, Politics, Reimagine. Reconstruct. Reenchant., Retirement, Shadow Mountain, Sierra Club, The Move, The West, Third Phase, Translating Metamorphoses, Travel, Weather +Climate, Woolly Mammoths, Writing | Leave a comment