Tag Archives: Adirondacks

Grief and Love During the Holidays

I’m so, so happy to say I’ve just arrived in Lake Placid, where I’ll be spending Christmas with my son and my boyfriend. There isn’t as much snow as we’d hoped (no cross-country skiing), but the trees and ground are … Continue reading

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A Quick Visit, Rainbow Included

It appears I may actually have survived a very, very hard year. I’m passing still more one-year anniversaries now, revisiting places I went to last year so soon after my parents passed away: the BlogHer conference, the Adirondacks, the U.S. … Continue reading

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So Much To Say, Such Little Time

I love this blog, and don’t like it when I am away from it for too many days, but right now seems to be a time for “away.” I was away at BlogHer’11 this weekend—about which I want to say … Continue reading

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Ruminature #4: Reflections

  Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.—John Muir Last summer when I was in the Adirondacks, I cried the first time … Continue reading

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