Category Archives: Myth and Story

Easter Morning

Ostara and the Ovid Moon of Metamorphoses Sunday gratefuls: Broad spectrum antibiotics. Kate’s will. Jamie Bernstein. Easter and Passover and Spring. Friends. Rabbi’s. Countryfolk. Mountains. Dogs. Sparks of Joy: Kate’s blood cultures negative for infection. Exhaustion, but exhaustion held in … Continue reading

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Let them grow

Ostara and the Ovid Moon of Metamorphoses Sunday gratefuls: Kate’s vaccine #1. Pesach. Liberation is an always relevant story.  Seder. CBE. Rabbi Jamie. Marilyn. Tara. Alan. Jamie Bernstein. Susan Marcus. Rich Levine. Ron Solomon. The tribe and its camp followers. … Continue reading

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They Say It’s His Birthday!

Spring! and the Ovid Moon of Metamorphoses Shoutout to birthday boy Publius Ovidius Naso, or Ovid as we know him in the English speaking west. He’d be two thousand and fifty-four today. Saturday gratefuls: Safeway pickup. Kabob skewers. Kate’s fluid … Continue reading

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The Frozen Rose of Texas

Imbolc and the Megillah Moon Sunday gratefuls: All the Megillah’s. More snow. More cold. A good sleep. Cold chicken. Red Lobster biscuits. My Ecuador alpaca coat. My new LLBean insulated plaid shirt. My duckies. Love the cold, don’t love being … Continue reading

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Go, young one, Go

Imbolc and the Megillah Moon Saturday gratefuls: Simple roast chicken. So good. Red Lobster dinner rolls. Likewise. Shadow Mountain Israeli Salad. Cooking. Kate’s feeling better this morning. Rigel prancing in the snow. At 12+. Kep and his serious life. Perseverance. … Continue reading

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