Tag Archives: MIA

Northern Spark

Beltane                                                                       Waxing Garlic Moon 1:03 AM with a sickle moon, stars and a warmish night fallen over the Twin Cities.  Just back from Minneapolis and the Northern Spark Festival. There were lots of people, mostly in their twenties and early … Continue reading

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Path of Most Resistance

Spring                                         Waning Bloodroot Moon I have a new round of resistance work underway in addition to the Tai Chi.  This work I got from Brad at the Y.  It involves squatting on a balance board while doing curls, then shoulders … Continue reading

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Moving From the Theoretical to the Concrete

Lughnasa                                            Waxing Back to School Moon Kate has had a nasty cold since Monday and I can feel it trying to claw its way up my esophagus, making my throat scratchy.  My hope is that the recent two time bout … Continue reading

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Kate is Home.

Summer                                            Waning Strawberry Moon Kate is home.  She looks amazing, walking without the characteristic roll she had developed while favoring her right hip.  We went to Lucias, site of our first date, and ate at their outdoor tables.  Kate savored … Continue reading

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Art and Nature, the Nature of Art

Winter                                          Waning Moon of Long Nights In to the Sierra Club for a meeting about legislative work.  The scope of the Sierra Club’s work is impressive, including legislative work at each session of the Minnesota Legislature and scrutiny of the … Continue reading

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