Category Archives: women

Moonset

I watch the moon set behind the rainforest, it is a 6am commute into the city, October Humming and warm, I drive on concrete past cedars skimming a mile of water, with just the hum of the wheels and car … Continue reading

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A resting place

When I went to a memorial service this weekend, one of my girls said, “why are YOU going? You didn’t really know her.” She was right. I knew Sandy only fringely – but people I care about loved her deeply. “Memorials … Continue reading

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A Yurt, a Chrone, and a Chocolate Merlot

We followed the Christmas light trail, ducking under imposing blackberry branches and fledgling firs. It was lightly misting and even with my guitar on my back, I felt like a hunter. The trail opened up slightly revealing our destination. “A … Continue reading

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