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for jacqueline

jaqueline taught me how to become a dragonfly i didn’t imaginemy body could movelike that my lips and hands formgratitudemy private goddesss yogini oh asana, pranaelevate me, thensend me downto child’s pose a pause the waning moon dissolvesinto the shape … Continue reading

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5 Haikus: Day 4

one Cats and garbage trucks– my two trusty alarm clocks– could not beat cool sheets. two I feel good today, a part of this lovely world, all senses open. three He wishes me peace. As frightened as we both are, … Continue reading

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Good things in Fargo My cousin, Joe, and his daughter, Sydney, are spreading their unassuming, genuine awesomeness in the great state of North Dakota. Right on! Read on.

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100 Days, 500 Haikus: Day 1

Well, this is all random now! I wrote this post before my last one but it never made it out of draft stage…which (kind of?) explains why some people saw this post and others did not. So, for those of … Continue reading

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Spring frolicking

A precious morning spent with Eva and Shilo, a ritual 3 weeks in the making. A random flyer found buried in my email announced a drama class for K-1 students. We gave it a try and it has reaped so … Continue reading

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Mechanics and miracles

My spiritual temperature always rises on days I have to fly. It comes from the surreal limbo you endure/enjoy trapped in airports in between destinations. It comes from being graced with such a fantastic vantage point 30,000 feet above tumbling … Continue reading

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Living the questions

This has been the summer of questions. I am beginning to see that with every new insight gained, another rabbit hole opens. What will I experience if I choose this one over that one? Will a door close behind me, … Continue reading

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