Monthly Archives: September 2016

Details

I can never get over the imagination of God as displayed in his creation. The surprising details get me–astound me– every time.    Advertisements

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Clouds

There was an evening this summer when the clouds were particularly majestic in the sunset sky–voluminous with indigo and gold.  I stood at my west-facing bedroom window looking northwest, just beyond the neighbors’ cluster of maple and willow. They were … Continue reading

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Summer of

This was a summer of green herons nesting in the willow next door of tart cherries–five pounds picked by six- and eight- year-old hands of grooming and trotting with Cosmo and Malachi and rocking and cooing with Cora and Phoenix … Continue reading

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El Hombre

El hombre ombré tiene hambre.

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Rubble

 I look out and see this rubble in the backyard and cannot help but think Alepo. The pile of concrete chunks with mangled wire jutting crookedly out of them recalls a photograph by Ameer Alhalbi headlining USAToday.com on Monday, September 12, … Continue reading

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