Today, I, pridefully, smell like dog. My heroine is black and white and loved all over.
Wild, Abandoned reflected on the active energy present in nature during the winter solstice. Near the eve of the Hibernal Solstice, here’s a vignette on a very near winter world & the relationships of plant and mammals. Neither of the varieties of both hibernate, it seems. In fact, there is a highly energetic relationship betweenContinue reading “Of Squirrels & Spruces-A Midwinter Tale”
This post was revised to multiple edited posts on December 18. Here’s hoping it reads a bit leaner and humbler. “Earth stood hard as iron, Water like a stone; Snow had fallen, snow on snow, Snow on snow” This is how poet Christina Rossetti described the natural world to our insufficient senses in “In theContinue reading “Tilt Farther: The Hibernal Solstice is Here (Revised)”