Monthly Archives: December 2016

Dec 12 — a last apple dropping into deep snow

Monday, December 12   “Stories of beauty, fatigue, and doubt” No post last Friday, I was hanging out with my sister Midge in Carson  City, NV, including time along the north eastern shore of Lake Tahoe.   Wiki tells me: … Continue reading

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Wed, Dec 7 — Retreat morning for me, Dom Helder Camera for the list read today

Wednesday  December 7 It’s late tonight and tomorrow am I’ll be prepping for one of Mission & Identity’s half day retreats.  This time there will be 8 recently hired people + 1 trustee. Before heading to bed I fished from … Continue reading

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Advent Monday, week ii

Monday,  December 5 –  “imagine grief as the outbreath of beauty” November 29 was the anniversary of Bill Pauly’s sudden death at 59, 2006, of a heart attack.  That year Bill played inside a lovely sabbatical after years of demanding … Continue reading

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Dec 2 sheer bravery, women and men, 1921, 1980

Friday, December 2, 2016 “and wait then, humped and bloody, For the wits to try it again ” Some days offer anniversaries of such blunt courage and beauty that stillness makes a wise response. Richard Wilbur wrote “The Writer”  in 1921, … Continue reading

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