The full moon last night, the Flower Moon, looked like a glowing orb, plugged in and pulsing. The earth tilts away, clicking off time zones. Each set of eyes that … Continue reading
A song inspired by Felix Baumgartner‘s freefall to earth, and other unlikely acts of love. Like Wonder Woman’s invisible plane, Baumgartner’s long-distance luge to earth was both otherworldly and at the … Continue reading
The losses we incur pose as weights– leaden sinkers that line our pockets and drag us down. But take a fly fish hook of fur, feathers, lead weight and wire, … Continue reading
Dawn Bournand interview with Hannah Judson at the American University Radio station.
Back from a walk to the edge of town, past the cemetery, the horses, my friend’s garden plot, train tracks and newly planted wheat. The gravel road is peppered with … Continue reading