Monthly Archives: September 2020

A Place of Healing in Mexico

Primavera Forest / Bosque La Primavera This forest holds my heart Este bosque sostiene mi corazón Rio Caliente shimmers below us a waterfall tumble with clouds of heat we climb and scramble carefully over rocks as we cross the heated … Continue reading

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This September Night Brings Frost

  Today I picked all the winter squash, tomatoes and beans, because tonight will be our first frost. I ate the last squash blossoms, stuffedwith goat cheese and bread crumbs, and sauteed in batter. It’s an ephemeral treat.  They are … Continue reading

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The Apple Barn He lived alone by the old apple barn after being released from confinement he was happy except  in the extreme heat of the early autumn days when the bees would hoard all of the honey and dive … Continue reading

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Cooking Up History

Refugees from Endearments- Continue reading

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