Tag Archives: nature

Wise Moon

I wish I could remember the first time I saw the moon. I mean, the first time I really saw the moon. It would have been a moment like tonight, when my car turned the corner en route from pizza … Continue reading

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Mountain Vista

Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you … Continue reading

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Super moon

I am writing outside tonight, enjoying the faint breeze on a warm, southern summer night. I have been awaiting tonight’s supermoon to make an appearance just over the tree line, beckoning me as always. As I sit and wait, I … Continue reading

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Earth Speaks

I was able to engage in a bit of creative writing at Wild Goose. This was a 10 minute free-write using the biblical creation narrative, from the perspective of any person or thing connected with it. I chose “earth.” The … Continue reading

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After Rain

I glanced at the weather this morning and saw rain in the forecast, but it wasn’t until I was in the middle of the wholesale club store with my cart full of needed supplies for a post-funeral reception at church … Continue reading

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Reflections on Resurrection

Happy Easter! For forty days, I have been hosting a Lenten series on Cultivating Sacred Space for my faith community, and simultaneously blogging here on my own personal blog on the same weekly themes. ¬†On this most joyful day, I … Continue reading

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Living Water 5: Waterfall

In my mind, there is no greater majesty of nature than the waterfall. I grew up in close proximity to Niagara Falls, the patron saint and tourist capital of all waterfalls. But, there are many other cascades that call to … Continue reading

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Equinox

I woke this morning with the words “equilibrium” and “equinox” literally fusing together in my waking mind. It was 5:15. My spouse was already awake, evidently motivated to curate media and build a Quia lesson related to the Equinox. My … Continue reading

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Equinox

I woke this morning with the words “equilibrium” and “equinox” literally fusing together in my waking mind. It was 5:15. My spouse was already awake, evidently motivated to curate media and build a Quia lesson related to the Equinox. My … Continue reading

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Found Blessing

This week I have been going through countless piles of old books (and toys, and clothes….) in my daughter’s room while she is away at camp. She is hitting double digits and adolescence is rapidly approaching, so its out with … Continue reading

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