Monthly Archives: June 2014

Notes on my lumpectomy

The full moon straddling two days, June 12 and Friday the 13, offered enough mystery to spook me as I headed to surgery, well procedure. But oh it was beautiful last night rising over the tree, the clouds buffering it, in … Continue reading

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Notes on Morgen’s Driving Training

Klaus said that you get what you expect. If you expect nothing to go wrong, it won’t. He so fully believes in the horse and the human, we start to believe it’ll be all right too. He calls Morgen docile. … Continue reading

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Fragments about Planting and Harvest and What Comes in Between

DAY OF THE DEAD I watch the earth boil and break bright green pushing up row upon row, an army risen to stand at attention until its cut. Wheat shoots and soybeans push up clods of dirt, as much miracle … Continue reading

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