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Transitioning

It’s been a particularly brutal winter here in New England–long, sub-zero temperatures and ridiculously huge amounts of snow. I’m not fond of winter anyway, but I came into this one with a positive attitude and a new pellet stove. 768 more words

Winter

Solstice and Equinox

Up here in the Great Lakes region, spring arrives, at least according to the calendar, on March 20 this year.  More specifically, the vernal equinox arrives (autumnal to those of you in the Southern Hemisphere).  1,932 more words

Papadosio | Earth Night 2013 [12.20.2013 + 12.21.2013]


Upcoming Papadosio Tour Dates:
Wed Mar 19- McDonald Theater
Thu Mar 20 – Olympia Ballroom
Sat Mar 21 – The Crocodile
Sat Mar 22 – Wonder Ballroom… 137 more words

Music

Lifehouse...

I’m a huge fan of Lifehouse. I love music in general and I find it hard not to incorporate it into my writing, just like my background in criminal justice. 62 more words

The Harvest Series

The Day the Rains Came: Winter Solstice 2013 at Avebury

I am a worker, a tombstone mason, anxious to pleace averyburies and jully glad when Christmas comes his once ayear

James Joyce, Finnegans Wake (113. 34-35) 317 more words

A New Look for a New Year...

Last year I started two blogs: The Harvest Series blog where I planned to focus on my writing—more specifically my series and Turn The Page Book Blog. 608 more words

The Harvest Series

Breath so hollow in your stomach

The Inuit word meaning ‘to make poetry’ is the same as the word for ‘to breathe,’ and both derive from the word for ‘the soul.’ 374 more words