Monthly Archives: May 2018

mud, water birds & coffee

I see a woodpecker, bright red head, feathers flies past my groggy field of vision as I sip morning coffee.  That bird thinks of himself and an empty belly as he cracks open the cherry bark.  Next, I look at … Continue reading

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Love’s Boundaries

  Love’s Boundaries When the pipeline intended to carry fracked gas first made an appearance in the local newspaper, I was surprised. I hadn’t heard anything of it, yet our neighboring town’s select board was meeting, and they weren’t happy. … Continue reading

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Blossoms Sniff Out May

Unusual things can happen on May first. May first  has a bit of magic. When I was in early elementary school, we’d save our small boxes and decorate them with crepe paper, make some sort of handles, and fill them with treats. … Continue reading

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