Monthly Archives: April 2014

Tending the Cairns

  Tending the Cairns Rain begins as I do but I keep walking, only showers, sure I have time to get to the rock two miles out the road into the woods, climbing slowly to a ridge it never reaches. … Continue reading

Posted in Grief, Poetry | 1 Comment

The Train of Memory

Passover is over, the train of memory that carried me into this year’s observance has moved on.  Working on the memoir I’m writing has meant living in the present moment (or as close to being present to the present as … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Grief, Moving On, Seasons | 1 Comment

Bearers of Distance

                            A year ago, the day after the Boston Marathon bombing, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino created The One Fund with the purpose of helping … Continue reading

Posted in Poetry, Running | 2 Comments

A Good Week

Last week was a good one for so many reasons I want to keep track. My neighbor’s yard of riotous crocuses started to bloom. The sun came out and it was above freezing.  I can’t overstate how sun-starved everyone I … Continue reading

Posted in Flowers, Seasons, Writing | 2 Comments