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Bleak Existence

Window panes are not transparent anymore

Rays of light have to strive harder to come in

Although uninvited, few blank spots do relent

Once the windows reflected clarity and happiness… 102 more words

Poetry

Monday: Afternoon Prayer

ABOUT TODAY

We are currently in the season of Eastertide.  Easter is the annual celebration of the resurrection of the Lord, and has been observed from the earliest days of the church.   959 more words

Call To Worship

Erika on the Shore

I picked up the English translation of Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami when I dealt with a nasty episode of “What the Hell is Erika Doing With Her Life?” a.k.a. 1,306 more words

Essay

Three Trunks in the Water

The water is still a bit high at Walkers Pond.

© Sheila Creighton 2016

Photography

Create something new: Lessons from a re-cycled Convent, a Peacock with a Looking Glass, and a Cow with a Drinking Problem

In the small village of Swisstal-Dünstekoven, a one-time convent was built solely with materials scavenged from the Roman water line. Now it’s a farm with Scottish Highland cows and reflective peacocks. 300 more words

Trying New Things