I have now been blessed by thirty-six full moons since I arrived on my island. During the waxing and waning of the Wolf Moon of January through the Cold Moon of December, this once city girl has learned there are unexpected gifts in the most magical of places.
Archives for November 2012
Being a peacemaker can be a role learned in childhood to avoid conflict, but learning to distinguish when two people just disagree can be very freeing.
For Birgit Piskor and her friend Perry, a kayaking adventure in pursuit of gray whale sightings off the southern Baja Peninsula turns into a near-deadly encounter with two of the huge mammals.
In 1962, a young boy anxiously watches the tension escalate between Russia and the United States during the Cuban missile crisis, and has his fears brought into frightening clarity.
This week’s video discusses a few ways to dig down to the sympathetic core of even the most uncooperative characters.
I am willing to learn. This means learning almost anything that can feed my brain.
Leavin’ on a jet plane…headin’ south, another weekend another 100…gonna be warmer than it was but it is still, as always, 100 miles, one mile at a time.
On a day where we are to celebrate those who have fought for our freedom, will you take that moment of silence at 11 a.m.? Will you go slow – or to be precise, stop – for just sixty seconds?
Guest Author Steve B. Davis writes a letter to his grandfather. A Remembrance Day tribute to him and all the others that served our country so unselfishly.
Melinda Cochrane asks … are we remembering?