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Monkey. Still. But, Making Progress.

Beltane                                                                     Waning Last Frost Moon Whoa.  84.  Sometimes I think of the seasons as if we were on a moveable patch of earth.  On a day like today our patch got shifted on the seasonal moving belt to about Georgia.  … Continue reading

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Be Patient With Yourself

Beltane                                               Waning Last Frost Moon An afternoon of thunder, swirling clouds, torrential rains.  Another episode in the missing spring of 2011.  We sat huddled in the basement amongst our workout equipment, watching the downstairs tvs with green rectangles and red … Continue reading

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Fulcrum Books

Lughnasa                                   Waning Grandchildren Moon Fulcrum books.  An idea I’ve been playing with for the last couple of weeks or so.  A fulcrum book (my definition) changed the course of your life, altered a point of view or opened a new … Continue reading

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Still Reading Romance of the Three Kingdoms

Summer                                              Waning Strawberry Moon “if your vision is for a year, plant wheat. If your vision is for ten years, plant trees. If your vision is for a lifetime, plant people.”- Chinese Proverb Ever have days that just happen, disappear … Continue reading

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Still Reading Romance of the Three Kingdoms

Summer                                   Waxing Strawberry Moon Hot today.  At least by our standards.  85.  Plus a dewpoint of 70.  Not outside weather for this gardener.  I did work outside this morning, weeding in the orchard and checking the trees.  I’m going to … Continue reading

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