Monthly Archives: March 2021


Ostara and the Ovid Moon of Metamorphoses Tuesday gratefuls: Diane and Mary. Margaret, nurse case manager. Kep. Rigel. Cremation. Death. Illness. Covid. Vaccines. April Fool’s. Wednesday gratefuls: Kate. Swedish E.R. Hospitals and rehab centers. Friends and family. All of you, … Continue reading

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Separate the Waters

Ostara and the Ovid Moon of Metamorphoses Friday gratefuls: Kate, always Kate. Her chipmunk face. The feed bag. Kep and Rigel, bright spots in each day. Vaccines. Kate’s at 2:30 on Saturday. Covid. Illness and struggle. The Ancient Ones and … Continue reading

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Ostara and the Ovid Moon of Metamorphoses Thursday gratefuls: Dr. Thompson. Salivary glands, even when swollen. Oxy. Yet more Snow. Ruby and her snowshoes (blizzaks). Snowplow drivers of Jefferson County. Sleep. Vaccines. Sparks of joy: Kate’s #1 shot on Saturday. … 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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