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Day Twenty Four

What does it mean then you dread going home the last hour of your nine and a half hour drive to get there? I love being with my love, I love my stupid cats, I love what we do together in our home but I hate the neighbors and neighborhood. 629 more words

Seven Weeks

Happy Easter!

Today is a holy day for me. A day when I remember that I am loved utterly and completely for all of who I am, when I remember that every other single person is loved utterly and completely for all of who you are on this beautiful, spinning globe.  297 more words


Day Nineteen

I think I have a cold. It is the first day of illness this year. Blech!

Last night was the first of four blood moon eclipses we will be able to see over the next eighteen months. 241 more words

Seven Weeks

The Grand Canyon and the Toutle River

In my last post, I began a discussion of the Grand Canyon. I pointed out that although floods certainly can create layers of rock, a flood could not possibly have created the specific layers in the specific sequence found in the Grand Canyon. 494 more words

The Grace and Mercy of This Farm

God’s mercy and inexhaustible fertility are such that much good came from what might have been an irredeemable mess.  — Kathleen Norris in The Quotidian Mysteries…

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Release : Cristi Cons - Basorelief EP (OUT SOON)




180g vinyl release. Initial copies in hand-crafted screen print sleeves.

“Wonderful energetic dance music with well integrated rhythmic and melodic structures. 146 more words


When Friends Gather

This morning, Philip and I are at Dad’s place.  We spent yesterday hiking around Bremo with his girlfriend Jenni and her hiking club.  It was wonderful to explore this land with them. 168 more words