Monthly Archives: January 2020

Love Day

No – nothing dramatic happened today. I wasn’t serenaded by a lovesick swain. In fact, it was a pretty ordinary day – except for the fact that I just felt surges of love all day. And that makes it special. … Continue reading

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Almost Perfect Saturday

Here are the conditions that made today almost perfect: a good. long hike over Robert’s Roost and all the Westwood Ridges; excellent company consiting of Abby (of course), Jennifer and her partner, Joseph. It was the first time I’d met … Continue reading

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A Lot of Writing

Here’s how I know I am really into this phase of writing the book: I am agitated. Not in a bad way – in a way that my brain is busy, thinking, creating, doing, puzzling, analyzing – and it simply … Continue reading

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Writing

Today marked my last of doing intense interviews with Germana for the book. Tentative title: “We Do Recover.” But for me, today also marks the day of the beginning of the most intense phase of the writing process. No more … Continue reading

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Rain

Construction on the ark is well under way. In fact, I have actually already loaded the unicorns. This time, they are not going to be left behind. (I know what you’re thinking – just don’t try to get logical with … Continue reading

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Gratitude

I desperately needed to get out and do some hiking. But then there was the weather to consider. Still slushy and slippery in higher elevations – soooo – we took ourselves off to Notch Hill. Two hills, many trails meant … Continue reading

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Spring

Spring comes early to the West Coast – and here’s proof that it’s here. Tender leaves beginning to unfold on the trail beside my house. It’s been a quiet day – a busy day. I worked this morning. I walked … Continue reading

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