It’s a perfect June day. And this morning, a hummingbird came to play. First it flew past my flower pots and I watched it with wonder, because I’ve never seen one in my yard. Not ever. Then as I pondered its meaning—quietly asking God what I am to absorb from this sighting—it appeared behind me, nearly […]
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I’ve been looking for ways to approach personal growth– actually, the whole of my life–with more ease, lightness of being, and self-compassion in the upcoming year. Though I’ll readily state that I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions, the spirit of the season has nonetheless made an impression: Within the last 36 hours, I’ve taken a […]
Oh yes, my wintry soul needed this loveliness yesterday, when my friend Michael Nelson posted it on her Facebook page. So grateful for Mary Oliver’s reminder that we can always count on green showing up again, one day, someday, soon.
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In the fall of 1986, I moved to Montreal from my small town (pop. 900) to attend McGill University. I was 18 years old. The first six weeks passed quickly in a blur of excitement. I went home for Thanksgiving right around this time of year (in Canada, Thanksgiving is typically the second weekend of […]